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The Official Warwick Club (Part 6)

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Jul 1, 2012.


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  1. donahue

    donahue Supporting Member

    Jun 10, 2015
    Oregon
    Me too, nice fortress!
     
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  2. graphics1988

    graphics1988 Supporting Member

    Oct 26, 2014
    Ontario Canada
    Thanks man. Ya that's a 2010 Ltd Fortress. It is a beast. (And light weight!!) :)
     
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  3. bassbooty

    bassbooty -Rey Supporting Member

    Jul 4, 2006
    Utah
    Actually when watching the video, one can hear a difference between the Tedur and Brass in the fretted notes too. When I’ve changed from Tedur to Brass in my basses I hear it also. :D Some people have more critical ears than others, which is fine because like @James Collins said, it just depends on the player > to each his own. :)
     
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  4. FunkHead

    FunkHead Supporting Member

    Mar 10, 2007
    Are the Hipshot String Posts slightly wider than Stock Warwicks?
     
  5. bassman74

    bassman74 Supporting Member

    Jan 2, 2007
    Montreal
    Fixed

    Can a streamer CV cut thru the mix as much as a Warwick corvette std active?
     
  6. I posted this in the Pickup forum but didn't get a response. Thought I would see if anyone here could help me.

    I have search and searched . I'm not very good with electronics so I need it explained for a simple mind. I would like to wire this to coil spit in series as opposed to switching series/parallel. This is a 2017 Warwick $$ Corvette RB. Can anyone help me? Sorry for such a big pic.
    Matt

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  7. Did you get that one from Kijiji? It looks familiar. Gorgeous!
     
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  8. James Collins

    James Collins

    Mar 25, 2017
    Augusta, GA
    Black is the "hot" from one pickup half. Red is the other "hot". Green should be the opposite end of the red wire's coil. White is the ground for the entire pickup, or if looking at halves of the pickup, it is the ground for the black wire.

    The switch part of the diagram is showing when in serial:
    Red to middle terminal of a 250k linear pot. The green wire is then connected to the black wire. The white goes to ground.

    Pot -- red -- PU1-- green -- black -- PU2 -- white -- Ground

    That is two pickups in series.
     
  9. Reedt2000

    Reedt2000 Supporting Member

    Apr 26, 2017
    Central New Jersey
    So you want to be able to split each into a single coil instead of controlling whether the coils inside are series or parallel? Here is a diagram from SD:

    9GMx5iA.

    It doesn't matter that these are guitar humbuckers, the signal path should be the same.
     
  10. James Collins

    James Collins

    Mar 25, 2017
    Augusta, GA
    The wire colors are not the same. I may have read that he just wanted them in series without switching. Interested to find out the answer.

    Also, I think that wiring diagram you posted is parallel.
     
  11. graphics1988

    graphics1988 Supporting Member

    Oct 26, 2014
    Ontario Canada
    You got it. It's in excellent condition. He owned it since 2003....looks hardly used at all. :)
     
  12. Barticus

    Barticus Supporting Member

    Sep 16, 2017
    NEOhio
    Why are all the amazing Streamers (colors/woods) I see for sale on eBay/Reverb always in Japan? :unsure:
     
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  13. TonyRo

    TonyRo Supporting Member

    Jun 29, 2017
    Cleveland, OH
    I wondered the same just last week! They all have horribly incomplete descriptions, and I've even seen a few one-off custom shop basses listed twice, one used and one brand new. If they want to sell those extremely expensive basses, they're certainly not doing it in a way that'd make me feel comfortable buying from them!
     
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  14. Barticus

    Barticus Supporting Member

    Sep 16, 2017
    NEOhio
    Its funny I was in Tokyo last fall and did a bit of searching one afternoon, I visited 3-4 shops and didn't see any Warwicks... Everything but :)
     
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  15. Don’t buy from the eBay sellers. Those are individuals who live near Japanese music stores. They copy the listings of stores in Japan, add hundreds - sometimes $1000 more to the price. When you buy, they go to the store, buy and send to you.

    That said, most Japanese eBay items will be found at Ikebe Gakki, Ishibashi, Miki, among other reputable music shops. If you search enough, you can find the original listings at the proper prices.
     
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  16. Barticus

    Barticus Supporting Member

    Sep 16, 2017
    NEOhio
    Interesting, that's good to know!
     
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  17. TonyRo

    TonyRo Supporting Member

    Jun 29, 2017
    Cleveland, OH
    Wow, that's insane, thanks for the heads up! :eek:
     
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  18. gbv5501

    gbv5501 Supporting Member

    May 21, 2014
    Frisco, Texas
    So I acquired a 2008 Streamer LX4 Ltd. Edition and love it. I did have one question and figured someone here could easily answer for me. When I do the serial lookup it comes back with a CO Streamer. What is the CO?
    serial.JPG
     
  19. gravesbass

    gravesbass Supporting Member

    Aug 16, 2006
    San Jose, CA
    Endorsing Artist: MesaBoogie-SpectorBass-Dunlop-EMG Pickups-Darkglass-Hipshot
    Warwick Custom Shop Custom Order (CO) ?
    That's what I found online. Others might be able to tell better.
     
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  20. FunkHead

    FunkHead Supporting Member

    Mar 10, 2007
    Sounds good to me. Especially with the Madrone Burl body. It's a special bass for sure.
     
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