The Rickenbacker 330 Semi Hollow is a prime example of Rickenbacker's great workmanship, beautifully-finished guitars, and individual tone. With a maple body and neck, this hollowbody lightweight guitar delivers rich, warm sounds. Equipped with dual single-coil pickups which are accented by a traditionally shaped soundhole, the 330 offers a truly superb sound.
Additional features include a white pickguard, unique floating tailpiece, and a double-cutaway body shape which allows easy access to the higher frets. With all these great features and a lightweight body, the 330 is a perfect guitar for any level of player - especially those who gig often.
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The Rickenbacker 330 Semi Acoustic Guitar is beautifully crafted from maple, fashioned into a distinctive and double cutaway design to create a stylish aesthetic. It's full-bodied, warm, with plenty of midrange bite that radiates out of your amp. The rosewood fingerboard also helps keep the tone mellow, as well as offering a warmth to the overall resonance.
A timeless masterpiece, in the palm of your hands. As well as incredible stability and a stylish look, the rosewood fingerboard provides the perfect surface to play on. Effortlessly glide from chord to chord with complete ease - free of any aches and pains. The unique double-cutaway body shape allows you to reach higher up the fretboard, too. So you'll be able to perform with total freedom. Make full use of those beautifully intricate tones.
The Rickenbacker 330 Semi Acoustic Guitar is equipped with fully loaded pickups. These high gain single-coil neck and bridge pickups offer a distinctive Rickenbacker sound, producing a powerfully warm tone with incredible sustain. Simply add a little bit of distortion and watch this guitar flex its muscles.
Explore the plethora of tone this classic guitar can produce. Whether it's a raw overdriven sound, or jangly '60s overtones, the versatility of the Rickenbacker is evident as soon as you pick it up. Clear, distinctive, and authentic. Express yourself on a historic guitar.
A seed first sewn in 1939 by Adolph Rickenbacker, it's since grown to become one of the most distinctive guitars of all time. It's no wonder John Lennon swore by it. During his early days with The Beatles, the Rickenbacker became a signature of his, and suited the jangly pop songs he was performing - it was unlike any other guitar being played at the time. The sweet, bright tone provided the perfect backdrop to Jeff Buckley's powerful melancholic voice. This instrument's ability to adapt to a wide range of genres across the decades is truly remarkable. Experience it today...
A guitar this special needs to be well protected. The hardshell case allows you to protect your pride and joy when you're not using it. Travelling from venue to venue can be stressful, and damages can occur. This won't be a problem with this highly durable Rickenbacker case. Your guitar will be well preserved. So you can enjoy complete peace of mind.