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Duly christened “Paddy” in his wife's honour and tricked out with an additional jazz pickup in the bridge position and a discrete brass plate with additional volume control in lieu of the stock pickguard, the bass became Norman's main go-to for the next 13 years as the driving force behind the Blockheads and the classic hit singles "Sweet Gene Vincent", "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll", "Wake Up & Make Love With Me", "Reasons To be Cheerful (Part 3)" and, of course, "Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick".

Bass Collection: Rhythm Stick Bass

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