This is the rarest & the ultimate “Car & Guitar” lovers Bass guitar for the pure collector of both, made by Rick Excellente, one of the master builders of the original Kramer Guitar company, Rick is known for making a limited run of 57 Bel-Air guitars all equipped the same, numbered & signed by himself, these guitars were all made during his early production run in the late 80’s, this particular example of a Bel-Air was made in 1990 & is 1 of only 6 ever made Bass versions, its Fiesta Red finish is just like Chevy used in 1957, its chrome hardware & metal fabrication is like no other duplicating Chevy’s pot metal trim parts having an actual working tail light assembly & proper Bel-Air gold logo, each of the 6 Basses were signed ny Rick & dated as this one is, its equipped with a pair of top line EMG pickups, precise German Tuners & a Shaller bridge, its Kramer style “hockey stick” headstock design was famous & only Rick’s earliest production guitars & basses have that trait, this Bass has been owned by us for several decades & a part of our Museum display, it is 100% untouched & all original in near mint condition, for that true Car & Guitar Bass player like us, you can have 1 of the most exclusive made pieces of guitar history, 1 of 6 in the World & I have never seen another one for sale ever !, she comes with her original black hard case. Don’t miss this one…you may never have an opportunity to acquire one again.
|1990||Near Mint||Fiesta Red finish||Original Hard|
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