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    Rickenbacker 360/12 Midnight Blue; LTD Elite/E-II/ESP Standard ST-1 HSS Superstrat

    Rickenbacker 360/12

    This is a '90s Rickenbacker 360/12 in Midnight Blue with black trim. Sounds incredible, like a Rick should, with some compression and treble boost. I've done the hard work of setting it up with Elixirs (custom set pieced together from a 12-string set and a 9-46 set) and intonating it. Really lovely, fun, and easy to play guitar (although string spacing is a bit tight) but I just don't use it enough to justify keeping it around.

    It's in good working order, but player's condition overall with some dings, scratches, and knocks, and a spot at the base of the headstock where it looks like someone used a guitar hanger that reacted with the finish. As a result, it's a way to get "that sound" but at a more reasonable price. Looking for $1400 shipped.















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    LTD Elite ST-1

    This is a Made in Japan LTD Elite ST-1 (same quality/level as ESP standard, before they rebranded the LTD Elites to E-II). HSS, Floyd, maple neck, alder body, maple top. Currently has G&L singlecoils (with Duncan covers that work but do not fit the pickups perfectly) and a Duncan Perpetual Burn in the bridge. It is in basically mint condition and plays and sounds amazing. The bridge and middle pickup position is wired out of phase; it's a very low-output, funky nasally sound (different from the standard in-between on a Strat) that I've found very useful and left it as is.

    Comes with ESP hardshell case. Looking for $650 shipped; this is a steal for an ESP-made MIJ superstrat of this quality.



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