Rickenbacker 4001 Guitar

From Liverpool in 1963 to the present day, this instrument meticulously recreates the greatest ancestor of the industry standard bass guitar. It is authentic in every detail, even to the horseshoe bass pickup of 1931. A fully laminated neck with striped headstock runs the full length of the body for[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Jetglo

1973 Rickenbacker 4001 bass ‘CHECKERBOARD’ binding model in jetglo black finish with nonoriginal but correct-era Rickenbacker hardshell case. This is a rare and super collectable vintage Ric from April of 1973 that features the following: rare Checkerboard binding, large fret inlays that reach b[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Left Handed

Rickenbacker sinistrality a history of Left-handed Rickenbackers is the topic of this page. Approximately 10 percent of the general population is left-handed and of that 10% a much smaller number are guitar players. An analysis of the registered 1700 Rickenbackers at the present time reveals that ap[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Mapleglo

Year: 1976
Manufacturer: Rickenbacker
Model: 4001 Bass
Case: Original Hard
Color: Mapleglo
Condition: Very Good
Description: very nice Mapleglo finish, White pickgard, triangle inlaid fingerboard very original with some play wear, missing lead pickup cover, overall a grea…

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Rickenbacker 4001 Parts

Photos Of Genuine Rickenbacker Basses And Parts With Comments  Manufacturers and brand names you may find on older copies of the 4001 include: 

The Bass Place Bartolini 6RC Rickenbacker 4001 Pickup – Bartolini PickupsThis pickup is for a 4 string Rickenbacker bass. This is a full range, dua[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Pickguard

The 4001 and 4003 player’s dilemma…you want to remove the pickup cover so you can play normally, but you’re left with a gaping, sharp hole. The Bridge Pickup Plate was designed to replace the original metal plate with a smooth plastic plate that matches your pickguard. With the optional 1/4″ C[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Pickups

The R4000 Style Bass pickups for Rickenbacker® 4001/4003 series basses provides a major improvement over stock and even most replacement pickups. Like all JBE pickups, these pickups solve the most common problem of. noise and hum that plagues RIC™ bassists and often relegates this iconic instrum[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Price

On Thursday I saw a Rickenbacker 4001 Mapleglo (I don’t know what year) in a local shop for €900, which is approximately $900. The bridge pickup is missing and the bottom corner of the pickguard is sort of chipped (can’t think of a better word to describe it right now). I’m planning on going to the[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Red

This is a Rickenbacker 4001 from the 1970’s
It’s cherry red, and has really nice binding on the neck, and the body.
It’s wired for the dual “Ric-O-Sound” outputs.

There is something wonderful about the sound of the Rickenbacker. Even if you pick it up and play it without an amp, the sound w[......]

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Rickenbacker 4001 Review

The Junkyard Birds were born in Samatan, France (Southwest France) in 1996. The play a blues-rock amalgamation and are pretty honest about their origins.

“We were not very skilled musicians,” says Mathieu Bézian, singer/bassist. “The band was named after The Yardbirds, as we played blues rock, qu[......]

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