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The great Guitars – John Lennon’s Second Rickenbacker 325 Guitar
Late in February 1964 John Lennon re U his second 325. Has been sent to him in H such Deauville in Miami where they recorded their second performance in “Ed Sullivan Show” on February 16. The Beatles arrived in Miami on Feb. 13 and the guitar was delivered one day between the two dates. The updated guitars Model 325 version Rickenbacker has the following specifications: body jetglo black, double white protective plates, 5 buttons and a modern vibrato tailpiece Accent Rickenbacker. John quickly adopted the guitar to his favorite instrument.
This brings us to an interesting and widely discussed topic over the years. It has been said that the first 325 John Lennon was stolen at the time of receipt of the new 325 in Miami. There are many Beatles fans who claim that John has never used his ’58 325 after Ed Sullivan Show February 9, 1964. However, this is a complete mistake. Photos from September 30, 1964 shows John playing his ’58 325 during the recording of “Beatles For Sale”. Photos are displayed in “The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions, By Mark Lewisohn on page 51. John with his shirt dotted standing surrounded by cases and bags guitar. It can also seen talking to Paul on the photo to the right. same clothes. page 48, Ringo prepares for timpani “Every Little Thing.” This picture is dated September 30. This is certainly taking 9 of the song, when was added drums, piano and guitar intro. On pages 52 and 53, there are more pictures to confirm this event.
In addition to photographic evidence showing the existence of John Lennon in 1958 Capri as late as September 30, 1964, there are several reasons why it is not reasonable to expect that his famous guitars was stolen. Those who are guided by rumor and blindly believe that Rickenbacker was secretly lost are to remember the many rumors Beatles were never true, including “the assertion that Paul McCartney was dead!” To date, there has been no convincing evidence to support the speculation that the old warhorse tattered and torn John Lennon was stolen. So what are some of the reasons arguing against the cover-up that the first mysterious John Lenno ‘s Rickenbacker was lost. For starters, his guitar was shown on the pictures later and Bacon 1994 publication date, and it is recognized as part of the collection owned by Lennon Yoko Ono. In addition, Lennon was asked repeatedly over the years by journalists for whom he had the greatest respect. These include, but are by no means limited to, Ray Coleman, Hunter Davies and Barry Miles. Indeed, these authors report such a story which, if true, would be one of the biggest scoops John Lennon of all time. Indeed, this mysterious disappearance has not been documented by a journalist credible rock music in the last 30 years. In addition, in the current climate of auctions of famous instruments, the person in possession of this instrument (now worth a tidy sum of nearly one million dollars perhaps) would have long since advanced. Interestingly, none of the remaining Beatles ever offered comment on the death of John George and 325 guitars Rickenbacker for example, has absolutely no difficulty to recognize Instrument be his loss. Finally a story on a hardship experienced by one of the Beatles can be expected to have a large following and almost always end up in the news. There is a surprising absence of all the stories in newspapers and magazines about this event. Surely this would be an important story for any newspaper or tabloid of simply based on money to be on the increase in sales.
Listening to “Every Little Thing”, John reveals not only playing 325/12, but his ’58 325. Perhaps it is better heard in solo play Lower numbers. “That John plays solo part on his twelvestring is easy to recognize being. It is “rushing” through the arpeggio thereof in a manner that part George, with its more casual style, ever do.