Rush Squier Clockwork Angels Bass Guitar Offered by Rush Backstage Club

Custom Clockwork Angels Fender Squier Bass Offered by Rush Backstage Club
The Rush Backstage Club is now offering a customized Fender Squier Bass guitar with a Clockwork Angels theme. From the website:
Get your very own RUSH branded Squire Clockwork Angels Bass. Featuring the Clockwork Angels "Wings" logo on the pick guard and a the "Rush" logo branded into the head of the guitar, this limited edition release is the ultimate addition to your RUSH (or guitar) collection.

Customized Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass '77: From the age of Funk and dawn of Punk comes this retro-inspired Vintage Modified Jazz Bass®! Features include a gloss Black-finished Agathis body and one-piece maple neck with attractive white binding and white pearl block inlays on the 20-fret maple fingerboard. That soulful sound emanates from a pair of single-coil Duncan Designed® Jazz Bass pickups; other features include chrome hardware and machine heads, black plastic Stratocaster knobs, a three-ply Black/White/Black pickguard, and a four-saddle chrome bridge.
The guitar retails for $599.99 and can be ordered directly at this LINK.


  1. Interstingly, the Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass goes for only $899. Squier is their entry-level line. I've seen the Fender version on eBay for less than the Squier.

  2. The shame is that Fender must think that Rush fans are a bunch of 14 year olds that don't have any money. If they had made this in their custom shop exactly to Geddy's specifications and charged $2500, I would be more likely to buy one. The Squire mexican made jobbies are junk. Shame shame.

    1. *Squier

      the squier vintage modified line is an excellent line of basses that are definitely not junk.
      Agree that the price is high, though.

  3. I bought the Clockwork Angels bass for $399.99 last December from the Rush Backstage Club. It's no longer available. It looks, plays, and sounds awesome! NOT the piece of junk as described elsewhere on this page.


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