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Warwick Custom Shop Streamer Stage 1- factory LEDS

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by 5stringthumpin, Jan 7, 2014.


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  1. 5stringthumpin

    5stringthumpin Supporting Member

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    Sold my first bass here, positive experience. So next one is up...

    This is a 2008 Streamer Stage 1 from Warwicks Custom Shop. I was told this may have been built for the 2008 NAMM show but that is unconfirmed. Bass has a maple/flame maple/ ekanga strip neck, neck thru construction, flame maple fingerboard, and what I believe are walnut body wings, but could be bubinga. The neck has factory installed red LEDS, lighting up steer skull inlays that match the knobs; controlled by a switch with its own 9 volt battery compartment.

    Bass has standard streamer set up with MEC gold electronics. Very wide array of sounds and in almost perfect condition (the only blemish I found is the fading of the MEC graphics on the pickups). Headstock serial number is C 142179 08. This is a gorgeous instrument and a real eye catcher, one of a kind. I simply don't play it as much as my other instruments. This bass comes with a bomb proof Warwick Rockcase, slightly scuffed but more than road worthy. Also comes with a complete owners kit.

    Asking $3,000 shipped, CONUS only. Paypal preferred. UPS ground. Open to reasonable offers, but sorry no trades. Thanks for the interest. ImageUploadedByTalkBass1389099641.859471.jpg ImageUploadedByTalkBass1389099654.345999.jpg ImageUploadedByTalkBass1389099681.547845.jpg
  2. 5stringthumpin

    5stringthumpin Supporting Member

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    My apologies to the forum, wrong price was posted. Corrected.
  3. Woodchuck

    Woodchuck

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    Gallien Krueger for the last 12 years!
  4. musiqisme26

    musiqisme26

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    Great looking Warwick glws
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  6. shaft311

    shaft311 Supporting Member

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    How much is the eBay reserve?
  7. austentaciousC

    austentaciousC

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    Looks like a broadneck, 19-20mm spacing.
  8. shaft311

    shaft311 Supporting Member

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    All Streamer Stage 1 5+6 strings are broadneck.
  9. sleevey55

    sleevey55 Supporting Member

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    All of them are these days..... There were standard necks Stage I basses made in the late. 80's early 90's
  10. 5stringthumpin

    5stringthumpin Supporting Member

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    Correct, all streamer stage 1's 5 strings and the thumb six strings are wide spaced optioned. I love my streamer stage 2, but I find my blacker stage one much more comfortable to play. But then again I have banana hands too..lol. Also including a pic of the aforementioned fret markers.. ImageUploadedByTalkBass1389182918.249624.jpg
  11. 5stringthumpin

    5stringthumpin Supporting Member

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    Thank you for the interest. Bass is sold, pending full payment.

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