The Rickenbacker 350V63 Liverpool Electric Guitar in Jet Glo was one of the weapons of choice during the British Invasion. It has continued marching on through the decades as a coveted model, especially by The Beatles fanatics the world over. Weighing only 6 lbs 11 oz, this is a fabulous guitar to have on a strap for long hours.
Based on the classic 325 Series guitars, this vintage stylization updates the traditional design to full-scale size and performance. Vintage Single Coil Toaster Top™ pickups, solid black knobs, replica tuners, and trapeze tailpiece hark back to another era but offer the feel and sound which modern-day guitarists demand.
The 350V63 is entirely from high-grade maple aside from the Rosewood Fingerboard. This tonewood certainly adds to the bright kerning that Ric's are known and loved for.
A Trio of Toaster Top Pickups come installed in the 350V63 and they provide that too-die-for tone that we have all heard on countless timeless recordings. If jingle-jangle is your thing, this is the guitar!
Rickenbacker Guitars have been built in America since 1932 and is credited as the first maker of electric guitars. The term jingle jangle, as it relates to guitars, is synonymous with Rickenbacker Guitars. Tom Petty, The Beatles (literally all of them, even Ringo!), The Byrds, John Fogerty, Pete Townsend, Geddy Lee, Chris Squier, Lemmy, Mike Rutherford, Peter Buck, Johnny Marr, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, this list of Ric players goes on and on because let's face it, nothing else sounds like a Rickenbacker!