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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by 3-Chord-Genius, May 14, 2020.
I want it. Now.
What’s stopping you?
Buy it and replace the ugly tailpiece. I bet it'll sound great.
Talk about neck dive...
The fact that I just saw it 2 minutes before starting this thread, so I need to calm down for a day or so to make sure I really have to have it. Well, of course I have to have it. But do I need it?
don't do it. save up and buy a real one. they can be obtained at sale prices if you are patient.
Not going to spend $3,000 on a guitar. The days of being able to toss $$$ around like that for me are long gone.
Yeah, don’t do it.. Get a Danelectro 12 string and save up or sell your kidney or something.
understood. it sounds like it has to be a 12-string? you can score a 6 stringer Ric for maybe 1200-1400 USD on a good day
Danelectro will get you close. I've owned both. But if you just need to scratch an itch - the HB or Danelectro will do.
Danelectro sounds like something worth looking into.
My Danoelectro is pictured on the right. It's a great playing and sounding guitar, and was reasonably priced.
I had a Rick 620 solidbody 12 string. I had to sell it, 'cause the neck is too narrow at the nut to play open chords without your finger muting the adjacent strings, and I have really skinny fingers. I had a Hamer Prototype 12 with the triple coil pickup that was much better playing. Of course, I don't have it anymore either.
I've heard nothing but good things about those Danelectro twelve strings. Must... resist...
Holy moly. I was never a Hamer fan but that is so freakin’ cool looking. You know that, right?
It's yours !!!
Got plastic ???
I have a Ric 330-12, but if I didn't, I'd probably buy the Danelectro... great electric 12 for the money.
How about an Italia 12 string? I had one for several years and I really liked it. They look a lot like Rics too.
Of coarse you don’t NEED it, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy it
I will say though, take a look at the Dano ones too. They are killer guitars. My DC59 six string has been my #1 for many years.
That said it’s not often you see a inexpensive Ric copy. It does look cool as all get out