1964 Re-Issue Phantom® PH12 The story goes like this, right after "A Hard Days Night" was recorded in 1964, a lot of 12-string guitars started to hit the market, and one of those to enter the market was JMI from the UK.
For only one year they used this headstock, which to me is the best looking 12-string headstock ever made; would you not agree?
At any rate, this is all new - 1964 re-issue PH12 model, with matching all black neck.
This is exciting, this headstock was never seen in the United States and was only produced for one year before the decision was made to change the headstock to the more squared off type that was the norm from 1965 on. But once again, we feel that this headstock was so beautiful that it had to resurface again.You now actually get to own a true piece of history!
NOTE: There is also going to be a 1964 re-issue TD-BJ12 (Teardrop®) which uses the same headstock design, and was the model Brian Jones played for a short time with two pickups until they made him a 3-pickup model. More on the re-issue 12-string to follow shortly.
Available with STOP tailpiece and ash tray cover or PVT-12 tremolo.<br>Colors Available: white, light green, light blue, salmon, black, wine red. Al Black neck additional $50.00