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1977 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,295
You can't beat a Jetglo Ric bass! All vintage guitars seem to have their own individual character and this '77 Rickenbacker 4001 bass is nice and thumpy, warm and dare we say "earthy." It's all original except for changed strap buttons and some added copper shielding tape in the control cavity that was neatly installed. There are no breaks or repairs or other mods. It's got the wear in the paint...
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1973 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,499
B026. A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get "old wood" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one of the coolest looking guitars I've ever seen because of the unique reverse headstock.
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1978 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,899
A mint example of an 4001 bass. Purchased from the original owner. this thing is a superb collectible.A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get "old wood" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one of...
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1979 Rickenbacker 4001

$1,799

Bass Northwest

1-866-624-1722 (Toll Free: U.S. & Canada) or 1-206-622-2277
This used bass is a U.S. handbuilt Rickenbacker 4001 model that was built in May 1979 (serial number: SE 2582). The bass features a neck-through design and a top bound Maple body with a Mapleglo high gloss finish. The 33.25" scale bound Maple neck has a 20 fret Rosewood fingerboard with Triangle inlays, brass nut and a sleek fast feel. The pickups are the passive Rickenbacker "single coil" type...
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,600
A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get "old wood" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one of the coolest looking guitars I've ever seen because of the unique reverse headstock. B026
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1978 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,100
"A mint example of an 4001 bass. Purchased from the original owner. this thing is a superb collectible.A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get ""old wood"" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one...
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1979 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,700
B009 A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get "old wood" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one of the coolest looking guitars I've ever seen because of the unique reverse headstock.
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1974 Rickenbacker Model 4001

$1,950
The Geddy Lee model. Been played and loved, aftermarket bridge pickup surround. Brass nut (it was the 70's!!) ALOT of finish missing from back, damned belt buckles! Price reduction in honor of Chris Squire... NA478
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1973 Rickenbacker 4001 Fretless Bass

$1,195
1973, Natural, de-fretted and made Fretless, boost added, tuners changed
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1975 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass

$2,195
1975 Rickenbacker 4001 bass in its original and still brilliant Fireglo finish. It has a great playing neck with great frets. It's all original with the only exception being 3 screws in the jackplate and one capacitor. It is also 100% complete with the exception of the pickup cover. It even has the earlier style plexi truss rod cover. Included, is a non-original hardshell case. It's in EXCELLENT...
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,495
If you're looking for a vintage Ric 4001 that can really cut through, this Jetglo might just be the one for you. The bridge pickup is is authoritative and clear and the neck is a good counterpart, very warm and thumpy. You can't do better than a Rick for that wide tonal variety out of a single passive bass. There are no breaks or repairs to be found, and the only changes are a pickguard screw and...
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1976 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,595
Yep, no doubt about it, we're pretty lucky to have another amazing vintage Burgundyglo 4001 Bass come through our doors. This '76 is all original and free of any breaks or repairs and it is in great shape. The neck on this one is perhaps a hair bigger and fuller feeling than the '75 with a C shaped carve. It's very comfy and the frets are in excellent condition. The bass is pretty clean overall,...
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,595
This vintage Rickenbacker 4001 is a monster! Never before has a bass's looks so perfectly matched its sound. It's mean, it's throaty, and it delivers truckloads of bass. There's a decent amount of wear in the paint but no breaks or repairs to be found. The pickguard has a few cracks and you could replace it with a new one but this one matches the vibe of the bass so well might as well leave it...
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1975 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,695
A stone cold killer of a Rick Bass! If the Burgundyglo finish didn't hook you, having it in your hands for .00004 seconds will! Great weight, comfy neck, it's the whole package and you know it straight away. We can't emphasize enough how great this set of pickups sounds, compared not just to other Rick basses but rather everything else in the shop. The perfect balance of warmth and articulation....
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1971 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass

$7,495
This is a very rare & beautiful 4001 Bass w/the coolest & most innovative design ever made, its Fireglo finish is very rich & hardly faded, its headstock hasouter Walnut wing veneers to match its 60’s type crushed pearl inlays look simply stunning complimented by its Checkerboard bound top, she has a killer sounding “Toaster” pickup & super broght rhythm pickup, its white pickgard & clear Lucite...
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,200
VGC+, jetglo finish, neck through construction (neck seam reglue at some point behind frets 5 to 7, fingerboard reglued behind frets 1 and 2), single ply white-bound top and rosewood fretboard, crushed pearl triangle inlays, 1-ply white pickguard, Hi Gain pickups, mute intact but quite dried out, replacement black strap lock buttons, hole in end of treble side cutaway for strap button, great...
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,395
Jetglo Finish, Factory Grover Tuners, Chrome bridge pickup cover intact, Straight neck, and untouched electronics. The bass displays some honest playwear . A great sounding bass that comes with its original hardshell case. More pictures at www.nationwideguitars.com
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1974 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass

$2,799

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1974 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass in RARE TRANSLUCENT WALNUT FINISH in very good 'Road Warrior' finish, with non original hardshell case. THIS IS A SUPER SUPER COOL VINTAGE RIC. In an age when folks are paying custom shops thousands to 'artificially age' their guitars - here is the REAL THING, courtesy of many years of honest gigging and working the clubs. The serial number is very difficult to read...
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1973 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,000
a used 1973 rickenbacker 4001 bass guitar, has the checkered binding, for more info and photos, email me, has a weak bridge pickup.
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1979 Rickenbacker M Glo

$2,795
B009. A new 4001 has a list price of $3599. For less than this you can get "old wood" A 30-year-old guitar will have a tone and presence that only the mellowing and aging of it's wood can provide. Neck-through construction offers great sustain and tone. Fast, playable neck. This bass guitar is one of the coolest looking guitars I've ever seen because of the unique reverse headstock.
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1974 Rick rickenbacker 4000

$2,399
40+ YEAR old Rickenbacker 4000 bass. Like the "P" bass of Ricks,.Originally 1 pickup, this one has a fender strat pickup installed under where the mute would go. No exterior mod, and the original mute, and pickup cover are in the case. Straight neck, no fret wear, low action,,,, everything there. Surprisingly good sound. Comes with original hard case! Nice vintage package!
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1957 Rickenbacker Combo 400

$2,250
Early 1957 Rickenbacker Combo 400. Maple body with neck through body construction. Maple neck. Rosewood fingerboard. 16" radius. Original Dearmond pickup. Frets have been reseated. All 1956 features. Comes with original hard shell case and bridge cover.
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1987 Rickenbacker 4003

$2,195
Near immaculate, and astonishingly so, with a barely metallic Burgundy finish, in stupendous condition. Barely ever played, and with that famous big, clear Ric tone, the real deal. Deciphering Ric serial numbers can be somewhat of a challenge, even with an official chart, so we’re happy to be corrected by any of you out there who are true code-breakers at this. $2195 w/ohsc
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Rickenbacker 4003 Maple-Glo-01092012

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The Rickenbacker 4003 electric bass has a deep history. Rickenbacker's original solid-body electric bass was first introduced in the spring of 1957, bringing its own unique style to the Rock and Roll explosion of the early 60's and 70's. In the hands of bass-masters including Paul McCartney, Chris Squire, and Geddy Lee, Rickenbacker 4000-series basses forged a solid reputation for distinct tone...
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1976 Rickenbacker 481

$2,400
We are offering up a Rickenbacker 481 in autumnglo finish from 1976. The guitar is 100% original (minus nut) and comes with OHSC. The photos depict various surface scratches throughout the body/neck/headstock and the chipped corners on the pickguard. The "JR" shadowing is also noted in the photos from previous sticker to the upper horn. Electronics are all functioning and sound very nice. ...
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1957 Rickenbacker Combo 450

$5,800
1957 Rickenbacker FULL SCALE! super rare guitar in fireglo finish. Uncommon half tulip half 650 body style with transitional Rickenbacker truss rod cover and early style (pre-oven) knobs. New volume pot (done in the 80s') upper cutaway wing tip re-attached (outstanding job-very hard to tell) with amazingly rare bridge cover and original hardshell case. The previous owner purchased this in 1984...
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