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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by 95JettaCity, Oct 22, 2006.
That's pretty sexy!
Looks like it weighs a freakin ton.
i like this one alot better. looks nice but wicks arent my favorite.
I dig. Looks classy.
dang that tight string spacing!
I had an opportunity to play the last P-Nut sig at a Guitar Center in LA.. if I'm not mistaken is priced around $3000.00... and it really did not meet my expectations at all.
The woodwork, and aesthetic were flawless, but I literlly picked up a Streamer that sat next to it that was about a full grand less and they pretty much sounded the same.
It's a great bass to be sure, but unless you really, really dig the looks, I would suggest getting another 'Wick for "that" tone.
Don't get me wrong... I would most likely NEVER buy a new Wick...
That said... This newer P-Nut Limited definitely interests me more than the first P-Nut Limited.
That Purpleheart is wicked!
That's funkalicious. I have never heard of tiger wood, sounds (and looks!) pretty interesting,
That looks ten times better than the first one.
goncalo and pheart weigh alot and thats loaded!
it probably weighs 13 lbs!!!!!
arched and carved!
Tigerwood = Goncalo Alves
is the neck made out of ovankal/pheart or is that goncalo too!?!
my back hurts looking at that!
I've got to agree, this one looks much nicer... but I still woudln't play it.
Damn that's nice! I like it way better than the first one...
Included with the bass is the new Warwick P-nut Signature Bass back brace
That's a sexy piece.
And for those who plan on using this instrument live...
Introducing the new Warwick Adjust-an-ache pain reliever
Little... Yellow... Different
Sorry- if you want more photos of men in straps and harnesses, you'll have to look them up yourself.
Wow that is hot! I agree it looks much better than the first one, and I bet it sounds great. I'd be all over it if I had the coin.....
What's a P-Nut?
I have to say, the Tigerwood finish simply looks... dirty to me. I think it's the lack of flamboyant grain patterns like quilt or flame, and that it's light brown with dark brown patches, but it just looks as if Warwick builders took handfuls of mud and rubbed it into a fairly standard wood.