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 Post subject: 4003jg bass
 Post Posted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:57 am 
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Location: Kilkenny Ireland
Hi everyone
Just joined the community and glad to be here.
I got my 4003JG about 1year ago.
I'm delighted with it, I've always wanted one nearly since I
started playing, a few years ago now.
My bass heros back then were lemmy, geddy lee, phil lynnot
and chris squire. All but one ric players.
Anyhow I have my dream guitar for about a year now and I'd like
to know how to remove the pickup guard plus some info
on the ric o sound set up.
Lookin forward to hearing back


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 Post subject: Re: 4003jg bass
 Post Posted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 11:49 am 
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Welcome to the forum.
If you want to remove the cover from the treble (bridge) pickup, refer to this diagram ----> Treble Pickup Assembly
To use the Rick-O-Sound jack you will need a Y cable that splits a stereo signal to two mono signals. The bass and treble pickup outputs are separated, one going to each mono signal. You would run them to separate amps or an amp with two different channels.

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 Post subject: Re: 4003jg bass
 Post Posted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:17 pm 
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JayseeKilkenny wrote:
Hi everyone
Just joined the community and glad to be here.
I got my 4003JG about 1year ago.
I'm delighted with it, I've always wanted one nearly since I
started playing, a few years ago now.
My bass heros back then were lemmy, geddy lee, phil lynnot
and chris squire. All but one ric players.
Anyhow I have my dream guitar for about a year now and I'd like
to know how to remove the pickup guard plus some info
on the ric o sound set up.
Lookin forward to hearing back


Actually, all were/are Rickenbacker bass players at some point. Of course, Lemmy and Chris Squire have Rickenbackers as their main instrument. Geddy Lee still brings his out once in a while, usually playing one number in concert with his Jetglo 4001/4003?. The late Phil Lynnot is seen in photos also playing a Rick bass back in the day.

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