I played a warwick for the first time today. It was a used Corvette FNA. It had a bolt on neck and a single MM style pickup. According to warwick's site, this model is out of production. I picked it up mostly for a laugh, because I expected some unwieldly canoe shaped neck or a six string neck with four strings on it, thanks to all the slandering I've read here on the forums. Much to my suprise, however, the neck wasn't difficult to manage at all. Not to different in shape or girth from my Dean Edge. I didn't measure, but the width at the nut was pretty small, and on the bridge end the string spacing seemed a little on the tight side of average (the way I like it). My question is, are all warwick necks roughly the same dimensions, or were the corvette FNAs just particularly slim in the neck department? Could it have been just this one? This particular bass seemed pricey for the condition, but I deffinately see a warwick purchase in the (distant) future if others feel the same.