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Rickenbacker 1999 450v63 Electric Guitar, Burgundy with Original Hard Case, Pre-Owned

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  • Pre-Owned
  • 1999 450v63 - Good Condition
  • Toaster Pickups
  • Maple Neck
  • Burgundy Finish - only 35 Produced in this finish
  • Comes with a Hard Case
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This 1999 Rickenbacker is preowned in great condition for its age, with some minor surface imperfections. in a Burgundy finish with a white scratch plate, this guitar is in fully working order, including its original hard case. It is one of only 35 produced in this colour, and is a very modern player. It is a re-issue from 1999 based on the original 450 models from the 1960s. No extraneous fret wear or dings to note.

  • Cresting Wave Body Shape
  • Full Scale 21 Fret Neck
  • 2 Toaster Pickups
  • Fixed Compensated Bridge
  • Chrome Hardware
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
  • 2 Volume, 2 Control Pots
  • 3 Way Selector


Adolph Rickenbacker founded Rickenbacker with two partners in 1932. The company was originally named Ro-Pat-In then in 1934, renamed to the more logical Electro String instrument corporation. The name "Rickenbacker " was also added to the head stock this year. Electro String sold a series of frying pan, lap steels and Electro Spanish guitars. In 1953 Rickenbacker sold the company to Francis Cary Hall. In 1957 Rickenbacker introduced the Combo 650 and the Combo 850 which utilized a sweeping crescent shape.

In 1958 Rickenbacker introduced the thin hollow body designs completing the design elements we recognize today. One of the interesting things about Rickenbacker guitars is that the deluxe models (starting in 1960) featured and extra jack with "Rick-O-Sound" which divided the signal from the neck and bridge pickups allowing each signal to be fed to a different amp. In 1964 Rickenbacker added 12 string models to their line, John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles were early customers. By 1965 the distribution company was finally renamed "Rickenbacker Inc. and today it is known as Rickenbacker International Corporation or RIC.

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How it works – If you are local, you can simply call in. If you are not local we will assess your guitar and give you a valuation via phone/e-mail (we may ask for pictures). Once the price is agreed, we always stick to it, and your new guitar will be removed from the market so the deal can be concluded.

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