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    Roger McGuinn Limited Edition Rickenbacker Guitar. A beautiful 12-string semi-hollow body electric with Mapleglo finish based on the guitar used by McGuinn during his stint with Byrds, a guitar that helped shape the sound of the 1960s. Released in 1990, the instrument contains customized electronics that McGuinn developed and installed in his original guitars to produce a distinctive sound, as well as a hand-shaped "fast action" neck, 21-fret full inlaid rosewood fingerboard, three vintage pickups, semi-hollow body and neck made from solid maple, and Rickenbacker's exclusive dual truss rod system. The guitar is #841 in a limited edition of 1,000, and is in Excellent condition. Accompanied by a COA signed by McGuinn and a hardshell case.

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    July, 2011
    29th Friday
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