Jeff Berlin Cort Rithimic Bass

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Petersland
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Jeff Berlin Cort Rithimic Bass

Post by Petersland » 31 Jul 2016, 14:57

I'm having a clear out.
I bought this beauty on a recent trip to Bali this March.
She is absolutely beautiful but I really have no need for her.
Google Cort for a better explanation of the wood used and build but suffice to say, she has all the good fruit.
Bartolini humbuckers, Hipshot tuners and Jeff Babicz full contact bridge.
Comes in a fitted hard case.
I've never used her on stage, only at one rehearsal.
Flawless, pristine condition.
I haven't seen another in Australia and I believe cost around $1500 landed in Aus.
Yours for $1,000 + postage.
http://s428.photobucket.com/user/Peters ... 20Rithimic
Rickenbacker - 08 4003, Rickenbacker - 13 4003 SnowGlo, Rickenbacker 4003 Noir, 81 Schecter Jazz.
TC Electronic Rigs - RH750, Markbass Classic 106, RS210, RS210

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Re: Jeff Berlin Cort Rithimic Bass

Post by Eberbachl » 03 Aug 2016, 15:22

I concur. These basses are sweeet! After picking one up about a month ago I've barely picked up any of my other basses. Sweet build, cool looking top with matching headstock and the passive US Barts sound great. Sets up low low low and the flat wide frets feel excellent. Love the Babicz bridge too.
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Petersland
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Re: Jeff Berlin Cort Rithimic Bass

Post by Petersland » 18 Aug 2016, 23:43

Bump
Rickenbacker - 08 4003, Rickenbacker - 13 4003 SnowGlo, Rickenbacker 4003 Noir, 81 Schecter Jazz.
TC Electronic Rigs - RH750, Markbass Classic 106, RS210, RS210

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Re: Jeff Berlin Cort Rithimic Bass

Post by FahnCahn » 04 Oct 2018, 18:39

:partydance:
BB1024X | BB424X | TRB4 | US Jazz | MIJ Jazz | Jazz V | Cort fretless | Cort P | Rithimic
DB751 | Fender Neo 410 | Aguilar DB 12s | Tecamp | Genz Benz

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