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Warwick Corvette 5 string fretless

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Skindie, Nov 20, 2013.

  1. Skindie

    Skindie

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    Ey up, considering buying a warwick ps Corvette std 5 fretless and wondered if anyone had any experience with these basses :)
  2. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative Supporting Member

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    I have a Streamer LX5 fretless and it is amazing. Plays beautifully and sounds great. I'm not a fretless player, but I've hung onto it for years. If the Corvette has the active MECs I'm sure it sounds close to the same.

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  3. ole Jason

    ole Jason

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    Warwick makes excellent fretless basses. You'll love it
  4. Skindie

    Skindie

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    Thanks man :) really looking forward to this purchase now :)
  5. Cirk

    Cirk

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    Love my Corvette Std fretless 4. You're gonna love the ergonomics. Enjoy!
  6. Skindie

    Skindie

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    Hopefully so yeah! :D thanks everyone :*
  7. Brother Goose

    Brother Goose Kicking it live in the 315! Supporting Member

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    Disclosures:
    (I am actually an immortal funk-soldier awaiting return to my home galaxy)
    Love the focus of the double JJ pickup *way more versatile than a MM* and the focus of the ovankal/ebony neck and maple body.

    Not the most versatile fretless- but a great sound!

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