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SOLD!‼ Rickenbacker 620 MapleGlo, 2012

SOLD!‼ Rickenbacker 620 MapleGlo, 2012

Here we have a very clean, great condition Rickenbacker 620 in MapleGlo finish (gloss natural), dated to late March of 2012 in Santa Ana, California. The Rickenbacker 620 was introduced in 1974 and its roots draw from the very late 1950’s model 450, a solidbody featuring the Cresting Wave body shape designed by Roger Rossmeisl. Construction of the Rickenbacker 620 is simple, with a through-neck design using Maple for the two-piece neck and body wings, and Indian Rosewood for the bound fingerboard.

Used
Price: $2,999.99 CAD

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Rickenbacker 330 Ruby Red Thinline Electric, 2014

Rickenbacker 330 Ruby Red Thinline Electric, 2014

Here is a lovely Rickenbacker 330 Ruby Red thinline electric, in very nice original and complete condition (including the bridge cover!), dating to the third week of April 2014. Like all other Rics it was built at the Santa Ana, California facility.

The Rickenbacker 330 design dates back to the late 1950’s when Roger Rossmeisl created a number of forward-looking designs including the Cresting Wave chambered body and slash soundholes. On this Rickenbacker 330 Ruby Red, the finish really stands out and shows off the contours, without being overly dramatic or flashy; it’s really quite well done.

Used
Price: $3,450.00 CAD
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VR Custom Six String Fretless Bass by Vadim Rubtsov Natural, 1994

VR Custom Six String Fretless Bass by Vadim Rubtsov Natural, 1994

Next up is a VR Custom Six String Fretless Bass by Vadim Rubtsov, one of the first he built in Canada and of African Padouk and Wenge with a Camatillo fingerboard.

Used
Price: $2,150.00 CAD
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Danelectro 3022 DC2 Thinline Electric Bronze, 1959

Danelectro 3022 DC2 Thinline Electric Bronze, 1959

In the mid 1950’s, interest in the electric guitar rapidly increased and guitars like the Danelectro 3022 DC2 were built to satisfy the demand. Designed to be inexpensive to produce and buy, tens of thousands of these and related guitars were built for sale through department stores like Sears (under the Silvertone brand), some in the $70 price range. While countless players started with guitars like this, most played for their own satisfaction but some went on to spectacular fame.

Vintage
Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Larrivee OM09 Indian Rosewood Natural, 2001

❌SOLD❌ Larrivee OM09 Indian Rosewood Natural, 2001

The Larrivée OM09 is based on the classic Orchestra Model guitars that first appeared in the opening days of the 1930’s as banjo players migrated to guitar but found they needed access to more frets. These models provide a well-balanced tonal representation throughout the harmonic range with plenty of volume, making them ideal for fingerstyles or strumming. This Larrivée OM09 was built during 2001 at the Larrivée shop in Oxnard, California. It’s in overall good condition with a few small dents on the top edge of the headstock, and a lacquer crack along the center seam below the bridge.

Used
Price: $1,650.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Larrivee J03 Mahogany Natural, 2010

❌SOLD❌ Larrivee J03 Mahogany Natural, 2010

The Larrivee J03 Mahogany Jumbo is part of the Recording series, which lowers costs through plainer appointments, while maintaining overall quality. The Larrivee J or Jumbo body is based on a design pioneered by Gibson at the end of WWII with the SJ-200, and successfully used by notable builders like Guild. The Jumbo design provides lots of power and volume with clarity and separation

Used
Price: $1,200.00 CAD

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