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The two pickups were moved to have the same location as a Fender Jazz bass. 1980 - Introduced (replaced the 4001 model) 1982 to 1983 Rickenbacker B Series of Fireglo colors (three-color sunburst finish: black/red/yellow) 1983 - Schaller BMC chrome machine heads replaced Grover sealed back machine heads 1985(1984?) - One piece pickguard replaces two-piece pickguard 1985 (1984? ) - Truss rod adjustment changed to headstock end 1988/1989 - Bridge pickup capacitor removed and replaced with a shunt. Usually I use thinner but the original RIC strings are perfectly adjusted to the neck. Normally, I have decided to dismantle the handrails / pickup covers. Wonderful as a hand-held fingerpicking and plectrum game. ) - Bridge with under string mutes was added 1969(1967? Features: Horseshoe bridge pickup, no body binding, mono output, 8 dot inlays, no neck binding, toaster neck pickup, contrasting African Vermilion headstock wings, clear plastic back painted pickguard with signature, more rounded shaped neck profile. 1991 - Introduced 2000 - Production completed March 15, 2000 This bass was designed for the Japanese market and based on Paul's 1964 Model 1999. - Introduced 1999 - Currently still in production This is a deluxe version of 4001.) - Discontinued being sold by Rose Morris 1980 - Reintroduced as standard US model with center stripe walnut laminate, high gain neck pickup, high gain bridge pickup and cover, no finger rest. Features: Horseshoe bridge pickup, no body binding, mono output, dot inlay, no neck binding, toaster neck pickup, large white pickguard, left handed only, right-handed headstock. The 4002 model was a limited edition and in terms of features the fanciest bass that Rickenbacker ever produced. Features: Ebony fingerboard, pearl dot inlays, block bound body, two humbucking pickups, low impedance (XLR) output, 3-ply black/white/black laminated pickguard, truss rods adjust at head, 21 frets, black headstock binding, black fingerboard binding, contrasting walnut headstock wings, chrome Schaller M-4 tuning machines. 1975 - Introduced 1984 - Discontinued , improved truss rod design, truss rod adjustment at body, triangle inlays, bound body, bound fingerboard, mono and stereo output, Grover sealed back machine heads.Features: No body binding, mono output, 9 dot inlays, unbound Padouk fingerboard, truss rod adjustment at body, two-piece pickguard.(Refer to 4003 for specifications and changes.) 1980 - Introduced 1995 - Discontinued in November This model is similar to 4003S and the 4001V63.

1999 - Currently still in production This bass is the fretless version of the 4003 model.

Originally this bass was only available in a Fireglo finish.

1961 - Introduced 1963 - Bridge with under string mutes was added 1965 - Black plastic seven-sided knobs with silver tops replaced all black Bakelite knobs 1965 - Mapleglo finish became optionally available 1965 - Three special six-string 4001 basses were produced 1969 - Ric-O-Sound became standard instead of an optional feature 1969(1971) - High gain single-coil pickup and cover replaced horseshoe bridge pickup. ) - 9th dot inlay position marker was added in between the 18th and 19th frets (????

Features: Bound body, 9 dot inlays, single color bound Padouk fingerboard, mono and stereo output.

(Refer to 4003 for specifications and changes.) 1980 - Introduced 1999 - Currently still in production This model replaced the 4001S.