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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 48thStreetCustom, Jan 22, 2012.
*One of a Kind* 1981 Rickenbacher 4001 Custom Vintage Bass
Uh...no. That thing is butchered.
No,.....only if nothing more than very minimal damage (which I doubt) has been done and it includes all the original parts.
$1000 Tops - as is.
heartbreaking yes - but even more so for the person who pays that kind of money for it.
Thankfully it is a "one of a kind" as is mentioned.
Lop off the last zero and you have a fair price ... $250
The hacker wanted a pj they should've just traded the Rick or bought one.
It hurts to look at that.
$2500 ?!? Makes me wonder if the "financial needs" of the seller is due to drugs
Seen that CL post before. The only thing even remotely rickenbacker about the bass is the shape... What a shame! I'd offer $50 bucks and then take a deep breath when he refused to sell it to me!
It's a "parts bass" now.
I would buy that for around $500-700, it might play well and if you replaced the Rickenbacker bridge pickup I could imagine getting a lot of interesting sounds from it.
I wouldn't do it. If you want to pay that much I have a JetGlo that I could sell but, no, by JG is also not worth that much.
Except most of the real parts are missing ... even the body is full of extra routes ...
Pay me $25 and I would take it ...
Neck and tuners might be salvageable. That's about it.
When did ruining a bass become "customizing" it?!!?
You know I think it's actually pretty cool what's been done to it. It's more versatile now than it ever was. I'm not saying it looks good. I'm just saying its the frankenstrat of the rickenbacker world. Frankenbacker