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I recently bought a Streamline with the following specs:
Custom metallic silver lacquer
Custom front and side green LED's
Custom 16.5mm string spacing
Custom 32" scale fingerboard with BendWell
Custom chrome humbuckers
This bass is honestly, the most impressive bass I've ever seen. Unbelievably gorgeous, the looks of the silver paint with the hardware and pickups in chrome, is awesome. Apart from that, the back is fully carbon, so it satisfied my needs on carbon tops!
Plug it in, and it's diminutive size simply disappears, this thing is a monster. Play with the EQ, and you can find the sound you want. The one piece graphite gives this bass such a clear tone, it's impressive. I've been looking for this sound, I'm glad I found it! But I can also find a fat, vintage-like tone, something to please my old-blues band! Very impressive indeed, but nothing short of what expected from a Status bass!
This bass is also the lightest bass I've ever seen. It is an absolute joy to play. It feels like a guitar, in the sense that you want to toss it around you while playing... Something I really dig, as I like to play around on stage. It hangs incredibly well too, balance is right were I like it. As it is headless, it doesn't neck-dive, so however you hang it, it stays.
Now, playability. This is this bass most impressive feature. Of course, it is a result of the things I mentioned above, but with the 32" and the 16,5mm features, this is heaven to play. Fast, precise, right on! So smooth, the neck profile is awesome too. I was afraid I wasn't going to like the way it doesn't have a full body for me to rest my forearm as I always did, but this ended up being one of the best features for me. There is more freedom this away, one of the best surprises of this bass.
And the LEDs... Well, they are always really welcomed by everyone... It adds to the "cool factor".
This is my first headless bass too, and I really liked it. Not only because how it balances and feels, but also because of the looks... "Cool factor" again!
I'm now a proud owner of a Streamline, and if you are not, I strongly recommend you become one!
Here is a video from a gig this past sunday, in which you can see it in action (after 5:00, you can hear/listen to it a bit better). I'm in to modern tones, so my bass has a lot of treble on the eq. YouTube - Red House Band Festival Aldeia da Serra 720p