Use Warwick bass help!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by MateoG78, Mar 27, 2019.


  1. MateoG78

    MateoG78

    Feb 3, 2019
    Chicago
    When I get some more money should I buy a used Warwick corvette proline (5 string) or used Warwick 2003 bubinga corvette (5 string).


    I can get them shipped to my local store but which one would be better



    Proline corvette: $1,079.99
    Bubinga corvette: $899.99



    Should I consider getting a Rockbass Corvette $$ for $1,099.99 with 25% off (5 string) or just stick with used Warwicks?
     
  2. Chrishi87

    Chrishi87

    Aug 17, 2010
    Bremen
    Test both and keep the one you feel home.

    Don´t get the Rockbass, it´s not a bad bass, but the other are definately an other league.

    Does the proline has a maple or ovangcol neck?
    The bubinga has huge growl, especially with the ovangcol neck. Can almost sound like a thumb.
     
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  3. MateoG78

    MateoG78

    Feb 3, 2019
    Chicago
    I don’t know what neck wood the proline has. Are there any major differences between a maple and ovangcol neck?

    I also tried out a Rockbass streamer a while back. Which of two would be closer in sound and feel to it?
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2019
  4. Bass Man Dan

    Bass Man Dan Endorsing Artist: Ned Flanders' Bass-a-Reeno

    Oct 20, 2017
    Cincinnati
    I won't dissuade you from getting a Rock Bass, but I would try to find a used one for closer to $500 or less if you go that route..
     
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  5. MateoG78

    MateoG78

    Feb 3, 2019
    Chicago
    Bump
     
  6. Mark76

    Mark76

    Dec 1, 2015
    Leicester
    A $1,099 Rockbass.

    Are you sure? :unsure:
     
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