Help identifying warwick bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Megapretzel, Apr 15, 2014.


  1. Megapretzel

    Megapretzel

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  2. lippylou

    lippylou Supporting Member

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    That's a Corvette Standard. Can't really see the grain all that well but it seems to be the bubinga body
  3. Megapretzel

    Megapretzel

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    Thanks so much for the reply! I ended up finding the same exact model on Warwick's website.
  4. landau roof

    landau roof Reupholstered User Supporting Member

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    There it is:

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  5. Happynoj

    Happynoj

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    I really wish he was wearing a shirt.
  6. kulit17

    kulit17 Wal Collector #35 Supporting Member

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    +1

    Btw it's an active corvette standard. It has a stacked tone control for de bass and de treble.....
  7. Guygrooves

    Guygrooves Supporting Member

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    Yerp, CORVETTE 6 ..
    Had one years ago in a 6 found an insane deal..realized I am NOT a 6 string player nor a 5er for that matter ! =P
    HEAVY also.. ;-)
  8. kulit17

    kulit17 Wal Collector #35 Supporting Member

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  9. FenderJazz1989

    FenderJazz1989

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    If you ever meet him, tell me where he got those pants. I need some...
  10. gurensan

    gurensan

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    Those basses sound great, btw.
  11. Doctor J

    Doctor J

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    Looks like he has replaced the MECs with Basslines?

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