Yes, you read that right.
Legend has it that a batch of streamers were made and quickly misplaced in 1990 or 91.
In the process of moving operations in the late 90's the bodies were found, necks cut off, and made into what you see here, with necks from 2001.
These will be the only arch top, contoured corvettes you will ever see (until they decide to produce them, which may never happen).
Around 50 of these exist.
Etimoe body w/Ovangkol strip down middle of body
Birdseye Maple top
MEC Mirrored P pickups
MEC 2-band EQ, active/passive
The gold hardware is a bit faded, and overall the bass is cleaner than it appears in the pictures.
A few shallow dings, and a couple belt rash tracks on the back,
but they are nothing worth mentioning as to detract from the uniqueness or condition of this bass.
Something about the neck on this one...doesn't feel nearly as big as other bolt on warwicks I've had (too many). Nice and smooth too.
If anyone wants a sound clip, I can do that, or any other pictures, let me know.
Comes with gig bag and new JAN.
1350 obo. no trades please, unless you've got a 5 string SS2 plus cash from me...