The Sticker

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The Sticker

Postby (iiipopes) » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:23 am

I have seen much discussion on the "decal" or "sticker." (Made in USA) My position: I bought my instruments before it was a "thing." We all know RIC instruments are made in the USA. If I ever get another RIC instrument, and I do want a 1981 330 to go with my other three Ricks, I will probably take the sticker off to avoid the grunge of the glue residue when it wears off. Then again, I conduct the concert band at our regional federal veterans cemetery for the observances on Memorial Day, so I understand those wanting to keep the sticker on the instrument as long as possible. The bottom line: we all enjoy our Rickenbacker guitars. Instead of debating the sticker, enjoy the music along with our brothers and sisters wherever they may be, who also enjoy Rickenbacker instruments.
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Re: The Sticker

Postby (Tommy) » Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:07 pm

Why does it have to stay on the guitar? Just take the sticker off and stick it onto the manual that comes with the guitar. Keep that in the case. There you go, you still have that sticker.
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Re: The Sticker

Postby (iiipopes) » Wed Dec 05, 2018 6:24 pm

Tommy wrote:Why does it have to stay on the guitar? Just take the sticker off and stick it onto the manual that comes with the guitar. Keep that in the case. There you go, you still have that sticker.

Yes, indeed.
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