Jack Bruce Survivor

Discussion in 'Warwick Basses' started by oenomaus, Jan 29, 2013.


  1. oenomaus

    oenomaus

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    I have heard this bass at the custom shop. It has some earth shattering low end feel to it, hardly in need of a Low B. However, I love the feel of a 5'ver.

    What are the odds that warwick will come out with a Korean 5 string model? Apparenlty there is a 5 version of the CRB
  2. WarwickOfficial

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    oenomaus - The 5-string CRB was a Custom Shop bass made for P-Nut.

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    There are no plans for an Artist-Series Jack Bruce Signature in a 5-string version. Thanks!
  3. TechJunky

    TechJunky Supporting Member

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    Man, I love that CRB 5. I heard it on the Fuss on the Bus, and it sounds so awesome. Different than what I would normally go for, but still killer (granted, the Jack Bruce AS version sounds killer too). Plus, I just love the look with the swirly bubinga, and I'm a sucker for the spiral inlays P-Nut uses.
  4. oenomaus

    oenomaus

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    I was actually wishing for a 5 fretless. Have any of those been made? I may have to make the switch to fours. :scowl:
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  6. Herrick

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    Wow that looks amazing. They could probably sell a good number of those if they made them Pro Series. I don't think there are any 5-strings out there with the SG body shape unless they're custom made.
  7. Jon Moody

    Jon Moody Supporting Member

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    You could always tune the bass BEAD or, do what I did, and put a Hipshot DeTuner on the E string. You're right though; the bass has low end for days.
  8. MattZilla

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    Hey WO, are those modern takes on the EB neck pickup, or just j's under fat covers?

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