Electronic Components, hardware and wood - Made in South Korea and Japan.
Manufacturing Time: 25 Business Days
Custom Shop Rickenbacker 4003 Bass Specifications
Wood: Mahogany body Maple neck - through body Ebony/Rosewood Fretboard With triangle inlays White outer molding/bindings Front Body Color: Maple Blue Wave Top Black pickguard Two jack output Custom Authorized Pickups - Made in Japan Black trussrod cover with white lettering Back body through neck same color design (3 pc wood ) Authorized Chrome Grover Machine Heads Right handed 4 string bass / 6 string guitar
"Our Aim Is To Provide High Quality Guitars For Beginners And Students Even For Professional Guitarist At Very Affordable Prize And All Of Our Products "
Top Wood:Each model comes with a dedicated choice of top wood for the best tonal performance and the perfect look.
Potentiometer:Potentiometers often abbreviated as pots can be used to control a variety of functions inside an electric guitar.
Bass and Guitar Positioning:You have the option to choose if you want to construct your double neck bass on top and guitar at the bottom or guitar on top and bass at the bottom
Machine Heads:Authorized Gotoh Machine Heads and Authorized Wilkinson Machine Heads Made in Japan
Optional Upgrade - Body and Neck Construction:This is an optional upgrade. Therefore not required.
Customization Requirements - Optional:For Example:Body color: white, black, red, green, blue.Scale Length.Number of frets or No frets.Inlays: dot, sharktooth, birds, tree of life, stars, skull, roman numbers or No inlays.Headstock logo name.Hardware: Gold, Chrome or Black.Left/right handed.Any additional requirements must be indicated in this box.
Fretboard:The long strip of wood on a guitar upon which the strings are stopped by the fingers. The choice you make should be based upon your application and personal taste or preference.
Dexterity / Player Preference:Choose in the option below if you are right or left handed guitar player.
Body Wood:All our instruments are handcrafted from quality tone woods. If you're just starting out, we recommend you choose the wood that appeals to you most based on its appearance.
Number of Strings:A standard guitar comes with 6 strings. A standard bass guitar comes with 4 strings. If you are just starting out, you should stick with 6-string guitar, or 4-string bass.