370 is a model from the 300 series if electric guitars in Rickenbacker catalog. This model is practically the same as the highly acclaimed 360, with the only major difference being the pickups count. 360 comes with a standard set of two single-coils, while the 370 has an additional middle-positioned single-coil pickup. These pickups feature Rickenbacker`s standard controls unit and stereo output. Bridge section behind the pickups is made up of two vintage-styled components, the bridge and R-shaped tailpiece. Body of this 370 six-stringer is hollow and made of maple. It features carved top, double-cut design and a plastic pickguard on top. Neck is set in and made of maple. It features the standard 24-fret fingerboard made of rosewood on it`s top.


370 Full Specs

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Body Shape Les Paul Double Cut
Body Type Hollowbody
Body Wood Maple
Body Construction Double cutaway
Bridge Saddle Lock
Number of Pickups 3
Bridge Pickup Type Single Coil
Middle Pickup Type Single Coil
Neck Pickup Type Single Coil
Controls Volume
Controls Tone
Neck Wood Maple
Neck Joint Set neck
Number of Frets 24
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Number of Strings 6
Fingerboard Inlays Triangle
Hardware Chrome
Pickguard Yes
Pickup Switch Type 5-Position Blade
Scale Length 24-3/4"
Nut Width 1.63"
Tuners Schaller

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Body Shape
Les Paul Double Cut
Les Paul Double Cut
Body Type
Hollowbody
Hollowbody
Body Wood
Maple
Maple
Body Construction
Double cutaway
Double cutaway
Bridge
Saddle Lock
Saddle Lock
Number of Pickups
3
3
Bridge Pickup Type
Single Coil
Single Coil
Middle Pickup Type
Single Coil
Single Coil
Neck Pickup Type
Single Coil
Single Coil
Controls
Tone/Volume
Tone
Neck Wood
Maple
Maple
Neck Joint
Set neck
Set neck
Number of Frets
24
24
Fingerboard Material
Rosewood
Rosewood
Number of Strings
6
6
Fingerboard Inlays
Triangle
Triangle
Hardware
Chrome
Chrome
Pickguard
Yes
No
Pickup Switch Type
5-Position Blade
5-Position Blade
Scale Length
24-3/4"
24-3/4"
Nut Width
1.63"
1.63"
Tuners
Schaller
Schaller
2 User Reviews

semographics on 2011-08-12 06:08:21

I plan to keep my Ric 340, but am in the market for a 370, which is, in my opinion, virtually the same as the 340 in terms of electronics, sound, quality of materials, and craftsmanship, but is more comfortable to play. I doubt that springing for a commemorative Roger McGuinn instrument would make any noticeable sonic improvement to the standard 370. Both feature the dual Rick-o-Sound Jack, which allows the guitar to send signal simultaneously to two separate amps or used with a stereo amp like the VOX AD120.

ddphillips on 2012-03-03 00:08:32

I have been looking for this model for quite some time now. If anyone has one for sale please advise. [email protected]

Rickenbacker 370 4.47 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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