Bass of the Week: Rikkers Guitars Hollowline
Based on the the company’s Powerline model, the Rikkers Guitars Hollowline is distinguished by a chambered body that makes all the difference. “Not only do [the chambers] reduce weight significantly, they also make for a remarkably resonant and transparent tonal character,” Rikkers shares on their website.
Each bass is custom built to order with a plethora of options. Rikkers prefers set-neck construction, though neck-through and bolt-on versions can be made. It’s built with your choice of woods for the body and neck. It comes standard with an ABM-Ghost piezo system as well as an Aguilar OBP-3 preamp and pickups of your choice.
Rikkers Guitars is based in Holland, where all their basses are made by luthiers Ferdinand Rikkers, Jacco Stuitje, and Herman Mulder.
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Rikkers Guitars Hollowline Bass Details:
|Construction:||Set-neck, bolt-on or neck-through|
|Strings:||4, 5, or 6|
|Body:||Choice of Woods|
|Neck:||Choice of Woods|
|Fingerboard:||Choice of Woods|
|Pickups:||ABM-Ghost Piezo System, Choice of Pickups|