Tony Blair´s Rickenbacker® collection

1957 Combo 900. Early version of student-size solid body, prior to the alteration of the right cutaway. 1958 Combo 800. Rickenbacker's initial offering to the modern-day electric guitar market. A unique old solidbody with a double-coil horseshoe pickup.

Combo 900 (1957)                               Combo 800 (1958)

1958 425. One of the very first 425s. It even retains the notches at the base a'la its tulip predecessor 1959 330 Fireglo Capri with toaster-tops and oven-knobs.

Model 425 (1958)                                 Model Capri 330 (1958)

1965 360 O.S. Double bound Rickenbacker classic 1967 366/12. 12 to 6-strings with the hook of a lever.

Model 360 O.S. (1965)                        Model 366/12 (1967)

1968 6006. Deluxe version of the Eddy Peabody Banjoline. 1972 4001. Typical Rick bass, but built just before the 70s style alterations.

Model 6006 (1968)                             Model 4001 (1972)

Rickenbacker Model 325 (1966) Rickenbacker Model 360F (1960)

Model 325 (1966)                                Model 360F (1960)

Rickenbacker Model 381 (1969) Rickenbacker Model 460 (1961)

Model 381 (1969)                                Model 460 (1961)

 

Courtesy of Tony Blair

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