FS/FT: Warwick Corvette Proline 4 Ocean Blue

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  1. bass10bfb

    bass10bfb Prophet Low End Provider Supporting Member

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    For sale/For trade: This is a super sweet Warwick Corvette Proline 4 string; 2001 model; Ocean Blue color; gold hardware. Wenge fingerboard and ovangkol neck. I currently have it strung BEAD, but it will take standard string gauges as well. I am also including a Warwick Brass adjustable nut.
    I kept this bass over a handful of other killer Warwicks; I actually like this one better than a Streamer Stage 1 that I bought for my daughter (but she only plays 5'ers and I need a backup for her). This thing is a beast; tons of the Warwick growl; sustain for days!!

    Asking $750 or best offer (it comes with a brand new Warwick Rockbag and the brass adjust a nut).

    Trade-wise, I would only being looking for a 5 string bass, preferably another Warwick, but open to any offers. Also, if you have a more expensive bass, I have tons of stuff I could add to the trade, including a PT pedalboard, lots of guitar/bass effects pedals, and tons of other stuff.

    Feel free to PM me with any offers; please keep the bass trade offers to only 5'ers. These are the only pics I currently have, but I can take plenty more if needed.

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    More pics here:
    http://s1087.photobucket.com/user/barrygregory/library/Newest Proline Pics

    Thanks for looking and God Bless!!!
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    Daily bump.... lots of interest but nobody has pulled the trigger yet....
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    PM's answered... still here for now....
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    I owned one of these in this color and preferred it to any other Warwick I've ever had. Wish I had a 5'er to offer up in trade. GLWTS.
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    Is it a 34"?
    How heavy is it?
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    Thanks bro; I have owned probably close to 20 Warwicks by now, and this is my last keeper; if not for playing guitar mostly these days at my church, this one would never be sold.....
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    I don't have a digital scale, but my bathroom scale has it right at 9 lbs. Not bad for a Warwick; it balances very well.
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    Daily bump....
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    Would you consider shipping to Australia??
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    bass10bfb Prophet Low End Provider Supporting Member

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    No, not right now. I have already been asked by someone there and I said no. Right now, I have the box and supplies to pack and ship here in the U.S. and don't want to have to take the neck off and fool with the trouble of it. Sorry; thanks for the interest.
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    Trade and shipped and on its way to Ohio.... thanks for all the interest guys and thank you Joe!!

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