Best Warwicks made

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Bubbacritz, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. Bubbacritz


    Sep 22, 2009
    West Linn OR
    Im just curious to what people think here. heres what you gotta do, make a list of what you think the top 5 best warwick basses that warwick has ever made/is still making in order. Ill go first granted i havent tried a lot of warwick basses
    1. SSII
    2. Dolphin NT
    3. Thumb NT
    4. Infinity
    5. $$ NT
  2. CannyBusDriver


    Jan 21, 2010
    1. Warwick Masterman Fortress
    2. Warwick Thumb
    3. Warwick Dolphin
    4. Warwick Streamer
    5. Warwick ehhhh....?? i dunno Corvette $$ NT
  3. snyderz


    Aug 20, 2000
    AZ mountains
    1. I've only owned an SSI. Beautiful bass, but it's long gone.
  4. 1). Streamer Stage II

    2). Thumb NT

    3). Infinity NT

    4). Dolphin Pro I

    5). Streamer Jazzman

  5. 1. Streamer StageI/II
    2. Thumb NT
    3. Corvette Jazzman
    4. Streamer JAzzman
    5. ??
  6. 1. infinity ltd. 2000
    2. streamer s2
    3. thumb nt
    4. dolphin pro 1
    5. corvette jazzman
  7. Mulebagger


    Dec 12, 2007
    poppin in the corn belt
    Endorsing Artist: Zon Guitars, Tsunami Cables, DR Strings, GK
    I'm in agreement with Breslin dp
  8. I'm curious to know why no SS1 on your lists?
  9. coreyfyfe

    coreyfyfe Supporting Member

    Nov 19, 2007
    boston, ma
    1 - Infinity (any model with an F-hole, but mostly the 2000 ltd)
    2 - Fortress flashback
    3-5 - doesn't matter.
  10. never played a stage I
  11. 1 - Warwick Corvette Fretless
    2 - Warwick Corvette $$
    3 - Warwick Corvette 5
    4 - Warwick Thumb
    thats about all that i have tried.
    actually, pretty soon im planning to get me a rockbass streamer 5.
  12. Bassoballs


    Nov 14, 2009
    Mid Michigan
  13. My fav. is the Warwick Corvette $$ and that's why I own one ;)
    I also really like the thumb, but I somehow liked the tone and the weighting of the Corvette more
  14. Zooberwerx

    Zooberwerx Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 21, 2002
    Virginia Beach, VA
    My favorites were the late 90's Streamer Pro M and LX 4 models. All maple body, 3 piece wenge neck w/ wenge fingerboard. I also had one of the original Dolphin II's. Haven't seen anything close since then in terms of comfort / playability.

  15. jmattbassplaya


    Jan 13, 2008
    My SS1 is by far the smoothest bass I have ever played. That said, I feel like it needs an electronics upgrade. It just seems to have way too much high end and not enough low mids.
  16. DrSmaggs


    Oct 15, 2003
    Endorsing Artist:
    I played a really nice four string Double Buck. The only Warwick that I've ever liked enough to consider owning one. Just my opinion.
  17. humpy thumb

    humpy thumb

    Jul 23, 2005
    Sydney Australia
    Warwick bass forum moderator.
    Infinity NT
    Dolphin Pro 1
    Thumb NT
  18. Shiveringbass


    Aug 21, 2005
    I didn't try a lot of WW but this how I would list them :

    1) Streamer Jazzman 5 : still own this one, very versatile and the streamer shape is one of the most confortable design I found.

    2) Infinity SN

    3) Corvette : normaly this should not be in my list since I've never could get used to the Corvette shape that is realy not as comfortable as the Streamer.
    So in fact just remember that the Corvette is the WW I like the least.
  19. GM60466


    May 20, 2006
    Land of Lakland
    I have a Corvette Proline that is used on a daily basis and it has never let me down'

  20. MaddAnthony_59

    MaddAnthony_59 Supporting Member

    Dec 16, 2006
    Columbus, IN
    I Channel Surf During Commercials. (Drives my Wife CRAZY!!!)
    1) Streamer ProM
    2) Fortress MasterMan
    3) Corvette FNA
    3) Streamer STD (Single Pickup!)
    4) Vampyre DarkLord
    5) FNA JazzMan
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