Rickenbacker 4001 (1974)
A 70s rock icon, this Rickenbacker 4001 has a mapleglo finish, maple neck through body construction, a rosewood fretboard and a cresting wave headstock. It’s loaded with two “Hi-Gain” single coil pickups, two volume and two tone controls, and a 3-position selector, with mono and Rick-o-sound stereo outputs. All pickups and hardware appear original. Original hardshell case included. This electric bass guitar is in very good-excellent condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: 30 days Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Mapleglo (natural) finish
- Maple neck thru body construction
- Cresting wave headstock
- White-bound top and fretboard
- 1-ply white pickguard
- 2 “Hi-Gain” single coil pickups
- Bridge pickup has original cover
- 2 volume controls
- 2 tone controls
- 3-position pickup selector
- Mono and Rick-o-sound (stereo) outputs
- 22 fret rosewood fingerboard
- Pearloid triangle inlays
- Grover tuners
- ~33-1/4" scale
- 1-23/32” nut
- 9.2 lbs.
- All pickups and hardware appear original
- Made in U.S.A.
- Original hardshell case (blue lining)
- VG/EC except missing finish on back by neck heel