|Slowburn ||01-04-2013 09:45 PM |
Please help me identify this Warwick 5 string
I bought this. It's a long story, but I very much so would like to identify the exact model, general year range and country of origin. I have been told it sold for around 2 grand somewhere in the mis to late Nineties , but have no idea about the accuracy. I'm a total Warwick newb here. Ayn info helps!!!! Attachment 309183Attachment 309185
|Slowburn ||01-04-2013 09:54 PM |
Dude! Thank you.
|Slowburn ||01-04-2013 10:31 PM |
Actually didn't accept it because of pre dating 2000, but I'll send them an email
|simplebass ||01-04-2013 10:49 PM |
It looks like a Streamer Standard,I owned one in the late 90's it had the same bridge and pickups. Allthough the truss rod cover on mine said STD which allways got a few laughs!
|Profania_bass ||01-05-2013 12:44 AM |
Definitely am older Streamer, not a Rockbass line either. I'm sure the Warwick rep will be around here soon to help you out :-)
|CapnSev ||01-05-2013 08:58 AM |
That's a German-made Streamer Standard. It was the most basic and inexpensive of the Streamer line. You can usually pick them up around $300 to $500 used.
|Slowburn ||01-07-2013 10:09 AM |
so, i paid $1,200. from someone who i trust. it was his father's, who bought it for $1,500 in 1999. Is there something i could be missing here, or did i just not get it at todays market price?
Thanks in advance. I havent heard back from warwick yet.
|bassteban ||01-07-2013 10:24 AM |
You paid WAAAY too much, and I hope the original guy didn't pay over $600 new. Not awful basses, but nowhere near their better stuff
Edit: Yeah, look on ebay(search for *WarwickmStandard* then cull through to find a 2000 or older model, as the newer ones are a diff end series- IIRC the old ones are mostly German-made). I'd want a large chunk of my money back
|Slowburn ||01-07-2013 11:13 AM |
thank you for the info, bassteban
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