Rickenbacker 620 fireglo 1989
- Dressed to kill and ready for any gig or recording! This is a superb example of one of Rickenbackers finest guitars at nearly 30 years old! The 620 is a solid-body guitar manufactured by the Rickenbacker International Corporation (RIC). It is part of the 600 series of guitars which all share the distinctive Cresting Wave styled body. Order now!
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This is a superb example of one of Rickenbackers finest guitars at nearly 30 years old! The 620 is a solid-body guitar manufactured by the Rickenbacker International Corporation (RIC). It is part of the 600 series of guitars which all share the distinctive cresting wave styled body. The Rickenbacker 620 features triangular fret markers, a thick rosewood fret board, a maple body with neck-thru construction, and maple neck. The 620 also comes standard with a stereo output jack. The guitars pickups are twin single coil Hi-gains. The Rickenbacker 620 sports the Rickenbacker signature, an R style floating tailpiece. The Rickenbacker 620 comes in fireglo, mapleglo, jetglo, and midnight blue finishes from the factory. The 620 is less popular with big recording artists as its siblings the 330 and 360, however some guitarists have consistently used them including Christopher Owens of Girls, Chris Urbanowicz of Editors. Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers acquired the first 620/12 12-string (made in December 1963, actually called a prototype 625/12) in 1977, and has used it on hits such as Listen to Her Heart and Here Comes My Girl. This guitar has always delivered the goods when asked to nail a Tom Petty or Beatles piece.
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