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Warwick TJ / J Setup

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by krovx, Dec 23, 2013.

  1. krovx

    krovx Supporting Member

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    Wondering if there is an offering that is not a Dolphin, Vampyre, or the Bootsy sig.

    Seems like a cool and versatile setup but the Dolphin is pretty expensive for me and the other two are just a bit ridiculous looking. Although, the Bootsy is better but I am just not that funky. I know it should only matter about tone but I think I would look like a goober on stage :D :hyper:
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  3. krovx

    krovx Supporting Member

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    That is sweet, forget that the Jazzman comes in the TJ J setup (at least most of the times the TJ is a MM when I see it). Thanks for adding that to the list!
  4. mmbongo

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    J/MM is my favorite combo for sure. Peavey Millennium, Warwick Streamer Jazzman, Lakland 44-02/44-94. Carvin offers it, as well as Music Man of course!
  5. krovx

    krovx Supporting Member

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    Agreed. Owned all of those except the Peavey and Warwick.

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