|Serial Number||PK7326, built in 1976.|
|Pricing||$2250 CAD with case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck through construction with cream-bound finished rosewood fingerboard.|
|Frets||Original frets with minimal play wear.|
|Body||These basses are built of maple using a neck-through construction. The center piece of maple extends the entire length of the bass, with maple wings mounted to form the body shape.|
|Finish||Original white nitrocellulose lacquer finish naturally faded to creamy yellow, and black binding around the top Clean with a little play wear and a few small dings.|
|Hardware/electronics||All original hardware. Wired for mono and ‘Rick-O-Sound’®, using a stereo to dual-mono cable and two amps, one for each pickup. Has the original bridge – many of these basses were modified to use Leo Quan BadAss® bridges. The original adjustable foam string mute is still in place.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well and can be set up to the player’s needs. Currently strung with RotoSounds and set to 8/64ths treble side and 9/64ths bass side.|
|Case||Period hardshell case included – with Hudson Music logo.|
|Comments||Rickenbacker basses (and guitars) have always been sought after, but the company has never tried to grow to the size of Fender or Gibson, intstead keeping their production in their plant and doing a lot of hand work. This example, unlike many, is in original condition; many of these basses were modified to accept heavier bridges.|
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