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Very low tension, flat, ribbon windings are highly polished for a supple and responsive feel.
Silk-wrapped ends anchor the windings for extended playing life.
Correctly gauged to replace Rickenbacker set 95404 with minimal set up changes.
These sets are put together exclusively by Pick of the Ricks.
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Posted by Dave Cox on 23rd Feb 2018
Just got my 360/12 C63 Ric back from my luthier after these strings were installed. Ease of play is 100% better!!! Highly Recommend!!!!
Posted by George Guttler on 9th Feb 2018
What have I learned? Change your strings on a Rick12 more often!!! I got my Rick12 back today. I had the guy put on the Thomastik-Infelds that a friend recommended I purchase from Pick of the Ricks. So thanks for offering them for sale!! Anyway.....my 1980 Rick12 sounds like a brand new guitar!! It even seems easier to play! I'm very happy!! Now if I could only get the first joints of my pudgy fingers to slim down..... that's a Rick12 inside joke.....
Posted by Doug Noble on 17th Jan 2018
Bought a Rick 370. Was pretty disappointed in it's play ability. Got the Truss Rod Socket here and make the neck as bow free and flat as I could, changed to Thomastiks from the round wound put on by the previous owner. Restringing a Rick 12 is a real learning experience as you no doubt know. Did the bridge height and have the strings at .004 at fret 7 with capo on first fret and a full intonation on the six bridge. Guitar plays like butter. These are the strings to use on a Rick.
Posted by Carlos Rodriguez on 19th May 2017
Agreed on the improved sound noted in many reviews here, but I am most impressed with the improved playability of these strings over the Pyramids. I have always felt the harsh, high tension characteristics were just an artifact of insisting on playing a Rickenbacker, but the Thomastik Infeld are absolutely perfect, both in feel and intonation, as if they were actually made for my 610/12 as currently set-up. Very expensive, but thrilling to have the exact, right strings.
Posted by John Deems on 10th Mar 2017
These strings intoneate with the 6 block saddle, on my 330 / 12 Fire glo Rick. No need to purchase the 12 block bridge!
Posted by Jim Krause on 7th Mar 2017
Mostly, so I feel, flat wound strings can sound dull and thuddy. Paired with octave strings in a 12 string set, this thuddiness can work for you, especially when teamed up with a compression/sustain pedal. And this is where the TI Jazz Flats perform very well. Although quite expensive, they do last a long time. I had the previous set on my Rickenbacker 360/12 string guitar for several years, and only changed the whole set when one of the 10s broke while I was tuning the guitar.
Posted by Don Counts on 7th Sep 2016
These strings have been my favorites for my Rickenbacker 360-12. Smooth, great feel! Livelier sounding than Pyramids, but not brash like the round-wounds I've tried. Played through a JangleBox into a clean tube amp, you'll get "that sound." If you don't know what I mean, listen to Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, George Harrison, etc. Yeah - it really is "that sound."
Posted by Larry Lachmann on 6th Sep 2016
This set gives you THE SOUND of the classic Rickenbacker 12 string that you have filed away in your head that's been imprinted from years of listening to records and radio. It's not an approximation..It ain't "close".. This is IT. You'll play Byrd songs all night . A++
Posted by Chal on 28th Jun 2016
I've recently put Thomastik/Infeld strings on all my guitars and basses. When it came time to do the electric 12 string, I was discouraged to find that Thomastik does not sell an electric 12 string set. But P of the Ricks turned up on a google search - this merchant puts a wonderful custom flat wound set for those in jingle jangle morning crowd that simply won't use anything but T.I. strings. Super! The responsive quality of these strings offsets the rather crowded feel of the 12 string neck to make the guitar sing like never before.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Apr 2016
You can't get any better. Yes, they are expensive, but they maintain their playability longer, which offsets the price.
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