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PostSubject: ritter   Sun Feb 26, 2012 11:50 am

Jens Ritter is the coolest guy. he gets super excited when anyone wants to talk anything about basses with him. his shop is real small and turnaround time for a custom is not for the impatient. neither is it for the budget musician ... not like an alembic, but still pretty steep. 3000 euro.

Jens developed his own tremolo system and makes them available on his basses only ... he does not sell the trem units by themselves. doh! i'de really like to try one ... they look sweet.

Jens' carving and finishes are spectacular!

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PostSubject: Re: ritter   Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:42 pm

It absolutely blows my mind just how creative and unique his designs are! Shocked

3,000 Euros? Is that all? Heck, that's only like 4,000 USD! Less than half to cost to have Ned Steinberger make a bass TransTrem!

I'm kidding about the cost not being a factor, of course. Laughing But in all seriousness, Jens Ritter deserves to make every cent he charges, because the quality and craftsmanship are definitely worth the cost.

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PostSubject: Re: ritter   Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:44 pm

With a ritter you don't only buy a instrument, you also get a pieco of art Razz
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