• 1959 Rickenbacker 345 Capri "Fireglo"
    An early, rare "Capri" body style, this Rickenbacker 345 features flamed maple neck, "TV knobs", "Vibrola" tremolo system, and three Ric "Toaster" pickups. This model is similar to the guitar used by Pete Townshend in early Who performances. A fantastic looking, sounding, and playing guitar for players or collectors. EXC w/OHSC $10,500  
  • 1968 Rickenbacker 365 "Mapleglo"
    One of the cleanest late '60s Rickenbackers we've seen. This "Mapleglo" 365 features a great playing neck, full-length "shark-tooth" inlays with crushed pearl, "toaster" pickups, and a hint of flame and birdseye maple. A fantastic sounding Rick. EXC w/HSC $3895
  • 1996 Rickenbacker 360-12 V64 "Jetglo"
    This rare colored Rickenbacker 360-12 features a double-bound body, large "shark tooth" inlays, great playing neck, and that great Rick 12 string chime. Includes all the original paperwork. EXC w/OHSC $HOLD
  • 2003 Rickenbacker 325C58 "Mapleglo"
    A very clean reissue of the rare '58 model made famous by John Lennon. Lennon later upgraded the standard "Kaufman" tremolo to a Bigsby, but this one remains a faithful recreation of the original 325. Complete with 3 great sounding Ric single coil pickups and the original paperwork, this short-scale guitar is as eye-catching as it is fun to play. EXC w/OHSC $3995.