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Midnight Blue 2009 Rickenbacker 4001c64s (consignment) SOLD

Midnight Blue 2009 Rickenbacker 4001c64s (consignment)  SOLD

This Midnight Blue 2009 Rickenbacker 4001c64s is one of only four in this particular colour – there are two more in satin. It’s in excellent condition.

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1973 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass (consignment) SOLD

1973 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass (consignment) SOLD

While the Fender Precision Bass holds the record for the most recordings, the Rickenbacker 4001 bass provides a bright punchy sound that comes right to the front of the mix. It’s hard to miss it on a recording or stage.

This 1973 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass is in good shape and great playing condition.

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2009 Rickenbacker 4001 C64 Bass (consignment) SOLD

2009 Rickenbacker 4001 C64 Bass (consignment) SOLD

Rickenbacker introduced the 4001 bass in 1961 as an improved version of their first bass, the 4000 (introduced in 1957). The 4001 sported the same distinctive ‘crested wave’ body shape, but added a neck pickup and the cast bridge with built-in adjustable mute.

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1967 Hagstrom H8 8-String Bass NO LONGER AVAILABLE

1967 Hagstrom H8 8-String Bass NO LONGER AVAILABLE

This 1967 Hagstrom H8 8-String Bass is a good example of what the company was producing at the time. The angular and somewhat asymmetrical shape are clearly influenced by American instruments, including the Gibson SG and Fender Stratocaster

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1965 Hagstrom 1 Bass and Guitar Set (consignment) SOLD

1965 Hagstrom 1 Bass and Guitar Set (consignment) SOLD

Hagstrom had a long history of mass producing instruments in Europe under a number of brand names, but never gained mass acceptance in North America.

In 1962, Hagstrom launched a series of guitars with coloured hard plastic (lucite) tops and vinyl covered backs.

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1967 Fender Precision Bass (consignment) No Longer Available

1967 Fender Precision Bass (consignment) No Longer Available

The Fender Bass has been the standard since it was introduced; it didn’t take long for bassists and other band members to realize the benefit of a physically smaller but sonically larger instrument.

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