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Hi i was perusing the Rickenbacker website to quell my Gas for a Ric 4003 and i was wondering guitar wise what the difference was between the 330 guitars and the 360. so if anyone knows please tell me thanks.
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according to the ricky site, the 360 seems to be a slightly different shape and has triangular/shark fin inlays. Other than that, I'm not sure, I think i've only tried the 330. oh, and also according to the ricky site, the 360 has a stereo output too.
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according to the ricky site, the 360 seems to be a slightly different shape and has triangular/shark fin inlays. Other than that, I'm not sure, I think i've only tried the 330. oh, and also according to the ricky site, the 360 has a stereo output too.


ya i've played a couple 330's i just wanted to know how the 360 is different
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there might be something else obvious which I've missed, of course. i'm not a ricky aficionado by any stretch of the imagination...
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I've actually done a fair amount of research on this because I love these guitars and have considering purchasing one. As far as sound is concerned, they are identical. The 360 is basically a "deluxe", fancier version of the 330. Both are high-quality, very nice guitars.

The only functional differences are the shape (the 360 is rounder and has rounded front edges, so it feels different than the slightly sharper edges of the 330) and the stereo output on the 360. The rest is just looks.

Check out the forums on the Rickenbacker website for lots of great info, including several posts by Rick' staff (even the CEO from time to time). There are several posts on this very topic and the general consensus is that which one you should buy is all personal preference, as neither is really "better" than the other. It's all about which one you prefer.
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