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I was all set to get a Fireglo model, when the sales guy showed me, my drummer & lead singer a walnut color - It was unanimous that was the color to get - I bought it for 0,00 out the door - I still remember the serial number - "QJ4446" October 1977 build.A few years later when we revisited 48th street in NYC (This was a once every other month trip by bus - when 48th street was the Mecca), I came across a 1957 Rickenbacker 4000 at "We Buy Guitars" Price was 0.00 - Being a youth I didn't have the money, but I will never, never forget how well it played & how well it sounded, (That Bass now sells for ,000.00 Dollars)Someone once said that "Youth is wasted on the young"Nonetheless, this book is the De Facto standard on Rickenbacker Bass Information - None Better anywhere else.A reference I will keep for eternity, or, until I come across that elusive 1957 4000, or until my 1977 Walnut 4001 Serial QJ4446 re-appears, but even after that happens, I'll still keep this book - It is one that you will read through and through & still reference for many years, A job very, very well done by author Paul D. I received it yesterday (6/26/13) - so I haven't read the text completely, yet.

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(I kept the other bass I owned - a Kramer 4000 aluminum neck bass because I preferred its tone. Looking back I wish I still had both.) Every page of this book makes me sick with regret.

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- Chapter with color pics of the standard and special finishes available on all models.5.

- Chapter on Customs, Mods, and One-offs.6 - The final page of the book has a picture of the author standing next to Rick James gravestone (with photo engraving of James with his Rickenbacker 4001). This book makes me sick......because, while in college in 1986 I sold my 70s 4001 Azureglo (blue) to a music store in Charleston, IL, since I wasn't playing at the time and wanted (not NEEDED) the money.

I don't know of any other place where all this info is so conveniently available.

I really wish there were production numbers/quantities shared - (how rare are 4005's? ) but if RIC doesn't make that info available, there's only so much the author can do to provide it.

The Boyer book is more thorough and yet also simpler in keeping track of the various models.

The photography and color print quality is superb, and interestingly was a collaborative effort from the Rickenbacker player community in addition the Boyer himself and archived materials.

Deluxe appointments include a fully bound body with checked binding, extreme double-cutaways, and bound crescent soundhole.

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