FS/FT 1988(ish) Warwick Streamer- STUNNING

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by brett7276, Apr 11, 2014.


  1. brett7276

    brett7276 Supporting Member

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    OK this thing is a gem... and it all honesty it may stay...but I'm more of a spector guy....and as luck would have it I have SERIOUS GAS for a sadowsky.

    So- FS/FT- 1988 ( I think have not verifited SN#) but very early made in West Germany - In great shape, just beeswaxed and oiled it w/ new strings last night. Not 100% on weight but under 10lbs and lighter than my Spectors.

    Neck is to DIE for...stupid low action. Not much play left in truss rod - so if your a guy that uses uber heavy strings this probaly isn't for you. That said neck is very stable and DOES NOT move- ( last time it was set up was better than a year ago) and it has the lowest action of anything I own.

    Wegne and Maple I belive. Comes with SPECTOR hard case.

    Asking cash price $2000

    trades: Sadowsky Metro, US Spector, White Euro Spector with a few bucks. Maybe a bacchus (plus a bit of cash)or an STR. Will also consider some 70s fender P and Js
    4 strings perfered
     

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  4. JonKim

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    Is that my old bass? If it is pm me!
     
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    Actually the grain looks a bit different. Either way pm comin
     
  8. joebar

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    ah yes...the glory days of WW.
    free bump for vintage awesomeness
     
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    some pics post fresh beeswax clean up
     

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  13. coronado3

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    Dude! You know I love this one... ;)
     
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  15. tommybass64

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    I can almost hear some Jamiroquai oozing outta that bass...Nicely kept and one of my ***dream basses****GLWTS....!
     
  16. coronado3

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    I was thinking Stuart Zender also. Awesome player and tone

     
  17. cyclopsbookworm

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    Rad. Wish I had the flash. I've been moving more to my Warwick's and not playing my Spector as much. GLWTS. She's a beaut.
     
  18. cyclopsbookworm

    cyclopsbookworm Mutant Werewolf Supporting Member

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    I sold that one already, but to answer your question, the TW pickups are pretty rad. They are less compressed than most other EMGs I've played. They definitely have the EMG sound, but are just a little more open and responsive without being overly bright or chimey. Really liked them. Now I'm down to just my NS2000/4 now in the Spector department. :/
     
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  20. etaym

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    cool bass!PMd
     
  21. brett7276

    brett7276 Supporting Member

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    I'm gonna close this thread tommrow...I'm gasing
    For a sadowsky but can't put this bass down...so
    If your thinking about it hit me up before I come to my senses
     

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