Eko Ranger XII – Made in Italy – 1970s – Natural

$ 661.40

Eko Ranger XII – Made in Italy – 1970s – Natural

This all-original vintage Eko Ranger XII 12-string is an absolute beauty.
Made in Italy during the 70’s and played by the likes of Jimmy Page (Led Zepplin), Mike Rutherford (Genesis) and Gerry Rafferty (Stealers Wheel). The Ranger XII has been a benchmark of 12 strings for decades.
Professionally set-up, the neck is nice and straight for guitar of this vintage, especially a 12 string. Action is sitting nice and low. Very playable. Outstanding tone.
If you’re looking for a great 12-string, this one would be perfect.

Weight: 3.2 kgs

Solid Spruce Top with full body binding. 3-ply black scratchplate. Mahogany back and sides. Mahogany neck with binding. Rosewood fretboard with zero fretware. Pearl block inlays. Steel nut. Rosewood bridge. Beautifully designed.

Cosmetically there are a few stress cracks only in the lacquer as can be seen in photos. Nothing which affects any playability or tone.

This vintage EKO Ranger XII 12 string is an amazing piece. Whether you’re playing at home, playing live or recording, this 12 string is an excellent addition for any guitarist.

Comes in hard-case.

At Guitar Garage our focus is to refurbish and restore all guitars to the highest standard. Low action and playability is important to us. Our philosophy is “A guitar that plays well, sells well”.