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 Post subject: Rickenbacker 325c64
 Post Posted: Sat May 26, 2018 5:09 am 
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I welcomed a new Rickenbacker 325c64 home yesterday, and although I can understand some of the quirks you read about (can get a little buzzy, and tuning not quite as stable as the trapeze- or R- tailpiece (and why some chose to switch these out), it's a fun guitar to play! It is it's own kind of thing: quite small, has more "chunk/bottom end growl" than my other Rickenbacker guitars, and getting the John Lennon and John Fogerty sound is as simple as plugging it into the amp. I did have to adjust to the shorter scale for a few minutes, but it does come together and opens up other ways of playing (and sometimes does feel a bit cramped). I wouldn't want this as my first or only Rickenbacker guitar (wouldn't want just one anyhow), but it has a personality all of it's own and I'm really looking forward to spending more time getting to know it's ins- and outs- and just have fun playing the beautiful little thing!


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