Rickenbacker 4001 1978

Original Price$5,000
New Price$3,999
$1,001 price drop
+ $300 Shipping
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Listed:2 months ago

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Mexico City, Mexico
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Here's a 1978 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass in Jetglo finish. Super vibey, all original example! No breaks, cracks, repairs. What a phenomenal playing & sounding bass. The bass features checkerboard binding, Rick-O-Sound stereo output, shark tooth inlays, checkerboard binding ...With toaster pickup ..Playability is exceptional! The action is low and couldn't play any easier. The frets have some wear, but aren't flat by any means. Every note plays & sings. Both truss rods function properly. The pickups are full & nicely balanced with each other. Beautiful range between them both as well. Big pallet of tones. Nothing sounds like an old Rick! Non original hard case included.

Before shipping, all guitars & basses receive a fresh, deep clean, along with a pro setup to your spec's! We are an appointment only store.

Weight- 9lbs 5oz
Nut Width- 1.69"

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