Up for sale is my stunning Warrior DM Signature 5 Neckthrough in near mint condition.
This bass was made for the 06 NAMM show.
Neck is straight. Action is buttery and low. Tone is awesome. Electronics are sweet. Condition is like new. Complete Eye Candy.
Top - Quilt Bubinga
Body - Aged mahogany
Finish - Anointed Oil
Pickups - 2 Bartolini Jazz
Electronics - 18Volt Custom Preamp with switchable Midkit (250K/500K/800K)
Fretboard - Purpleheart
Inlay - Pearl Sword on 12th
Frets - Gold Stainless Steel
Neck - Walnut w/ Purpleheart Tonebar
Tuners - Black Warrior Keys w/ Tortoise Buttons
18mm Spacing at the Bridge (Adjustable Roller System)
8.8 lbs on bathroom scale
Case - Original Warrior Crocodile Skin Styled Hard Case
Price $2,600 OBO Delivered Continental US. This is a cash motivated sale so trades are not preferred (but I am a bass slut so temp me if you must). Trade value $2,800 - $3,000.
I took a bunch of pics below. Most of the ones with flash the colors look overblown and most of the ones without don't show the color enough. Somewhere between the two is what it looks like in person. But, at least they show the figuring. Sorry I suck so bad with the camera.
Edit..I see on the website..this is how he does his string through the body..interesting
The trade off is that you gain the sustain from the full body contact/connection but you lose the effect of tapering off of the bridge if you like to use tapered E & B strings. You also need to use extra long scale for many brands which have felt winding at the tops otherwise you end up with the felt on the nut and into the first fret (in which case you are then removing felt). So, it is a nice feature with placement at the very end of the neck which truly maximizes the sustain but the placement seems to require more length than standard through body string hole placement. At least that has been my experience so far.