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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JimiLL, Jan 22, 2012.
Anyone see this one?? Absolute shame its only gonna be in 4 string
Warwick Basses Amps & Rock'n Roll
And why EMG's???
I don't get it!!!
Wow, that is incredible!! I've been missing my Thumb since I sold it so I may have to save up for this!!
Can someone post the pics? Im not so good at this
It was one of my favorite basses at namm, I played at least ten times over two days. The neck is super thin and all that wenge sounded killer.
Oh man. With the thin neck. All that wenge. A real classic Warwick. Oh man. I want.
I'm pretty sure the EMGs are a salute to the Warwicks of old...
I like Warwick 4 strings, mainly because I just can't do the 16.5mm string spacing. That's a real sweety right there!
I think Warwicks are 17mm; 16.5 ive only heard of on a Soundgear. Could be wrong
hehe, I own an original Streamer from 1986. the 127th ever built.
Cherry wings, wenge neck and Seymour Duncan PUs....
Apparently they are only producing 75 of them. So you better save up quickly.
Man that is sweetness.
As far as the people questioning EMG's....Fodera, Carl Thompson, and several other $6000+ basses use them, so they must suck? EMG's sound great, but they will not turn a crappy bass into a magical tone machine. Play them in a good bass before you judge. The EMG in my Spector NS-5 is just heavenly.
Word up. B-)
there ya go
pretty hawt. how about going back to wenge, Warwick?
Hey guys , standard Warwick string spacing s 19mm on 4-strings , hope it helps
This bass is amazing...I played it many times at the NAMM show. Its made from THE SAME stock of body wood as the originals, drying for 25 years!...and the neck is Wenge. The electronics are original NOS from 1984. It was one of the highlights of the Warwick booth, for sure!
Look how thin that body is...