Rickenbacker 4080

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Rickenbacker 4080
Rickenbacker 4080 Double Neck - played by Pete Trewavas (Marillion).jpg
ManufacturerRickenbacker
Period1975-1985
Construction
Body typeSolid
Neck jointBound maple
Scale33 1/2 inch and 24
Woods
NeckMaple and Walnut
FretboardRosewood
Hardware
Pickup(s)3 single coil/1 horseshoe

The Rickenbacker 4080 is a double neck guitar built by Rickenbacker, consisting of a four-string bass and a six-string or twelve-string guitar. The original 4080 was built for Geddy Lee of Rush[citation needed], who used it to play the songs "A Passage to Bangkok" and "Xanadu" live.