Tim Armstrong wanted to rock a 12-string version of his distinctive Hellcat Acoustic and here it is. The richly resonant Tim Armstrong Hellcat-12 has distinctive features including a solid mahogany top with scalloped X bracing and four-ply tortoiseshell pickguard, "Hellcat" position inlays.
Fender Tim Armstrong Hellcat 12 String Acoustic Electric Features
- Hellcat Position Inlays
- Double Skull Inlays at 12th Fret
- Tim Armstrong Signature on Truss Rod Cover
- Cream Body Bindings
- Black Painted Headstock
- Black with White Dot Bridge Pins
- '70s F-Style Mosaic Appliqué Rosette
The unmistakable sound of a well-made 12-string guitar is perfect for solo gigs and band performances, especially when it was designed by the founder of influential U.S. punk band Rancid. Tim Armstrong's Hellcat is based on the old Fender acoustic that was his go-to guitar for songwriting, and quickly became one of the best-selling Fender acoustic artist models ever.
With the Tim Armstrong Hellcat-12, that same classic vibe is offered in a 12-string version that simply rocks. Whether it's alt-folk tunes at the college coffeehouse or slamming punk with a band, the Hellcat-12 combines great acoustic tone with versatile onboard electronics and a satin body and neck finish for smooth playability, all at a surprisingly low cost.