Rickenbacker 360 CB Aged Fireglo 5 of 30 Andy Babiuks FabGear 2020 [Not for sale]

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„Rickenbacker 360 CB FabGear“ number 5 of 30 in the colour Aged Fireglo year of manufacture 2020 incl. original case and certificate.

Special feature:
Only 30 of this instrument in this very special configuration were made. This is the number 5.

The author of the book „Beatles Gear“ commissioned these 30 guitars from Rickenbacker for his guitar shop „Andy Babiuks FabGear“. These instruments were sold exclusively in the USA. The guitar was sold out within a few days.

The result is a guitar that is second to none. The features are not to be found in this combination on any other Rickenbacker:

– X-braced 360c63 Body
– Checkerboard binding on front and back
– bound soundhole
– Aged Fireglo
– R-Tailpiece
– Deluxe Vintage repro tuners
– Mono output
– Rickenbacker Toaster Pickups

and a neck profile that is close to that of the 60s:
– Scale Length: 62.9 cm (24 3/4″)
– Neck Width at Nut: 41.4 mm (1.63″)
– Neck Width at 12th Fret: 49.05 mm (1 .931″)
– Crown Radius: 18.4 cm (7 1/4″)

The guitar was also signed by Andy Babiuk in the electronics compartment and the serial number, in this case number „5 of 30“, was handwritten.

A big thank you goes to Collin for helping me to get this great instrument from the USA.

To the condition:
The instrument is used.

There are only minimal signs of use on the entire instrument.

The original TrussRods work perfectly.

All electronics are untouched and original, just as the guitar left the factory.

Weight: A picture of the instrument on the scale can be found on our website.

The frets show minimal signs of play.

The original case is included and shows slight signs of use.

Furthermore, a key is included with the case and also the original Rickenbacker instruction manual and an original Rickenbacker care cloth.

Furthermore, the accessories as shown are included in the scope of delivery.

The guitar comes with a certificate from RockWall Guitars and the certificate from Andy Babiuk’s FabGear.