I had my heart set on a new 6 string Modulus fretless, but was stunned to find out they went out of business. I am now trying to decide between either a 6 string fretless Thumb or Legacy. I love the idea of a carbon neck, but also love the warm, "woody" look of the Warwicks. Does the carbon neck make much of a difference tonally? Also, would the phenowood board last longer then a standard wood board?
Yes the graphite sounds quite unique. There are no dead spots I can find anywhere. It sounds especially great with a BIG PA. You might find a Modulus fretless 6 used if you are lucky. My Q6 has frets. My fretless is similar to a Warwick. It is great with wenge neck, bubinga body, and ebony board!
I have a 1997 Corvette Standard made in West Germany Bubinga, wenge. It is passive in excellent to mint condition. West Germany written on the tuners. Also I have a 2007 Warwick Corvette Standard Fretless Bubinga, wenge, and ebony fretboard. Passive also in mint condition. Made in Germany. Both for sale. Working up towards a Fodera.