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Warwick Corvette Neck Through?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Octane, Jun 22, 2002.

  1. Octane


    Apr 27, 2002
    Are Warwick Corvette's Std. available as Neck Through?
    All I have ever seen were Bolt On
  2. i have never seen one and i would love one.i belive the std is better then the proline.
  3. Nope, but I've seen a neckthrough, semi hollow, Corvette with dual P-pickups once (in the mid nineties). It was sweet but also a limited edition bass, BTW.
  4. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    yup, that was the precursor to the infinity.

    and the proline is better (or at least, more expensive) than the STD.
  5. proline to me means cheaper body wood compare to the std but with better pickups
  6. dreadhead


    Feb 1, 2002
    It was the so called "Corvette Thinline". It's rare and ugly :D
  7. maxbass


    May 22, 2002
    Milano Italy
    No, actually here's Warwick neck tru:

    Stage I & II
    Dolphin II
    Infinity 2000

    with the last having the shape more similar to the Corvette
  8. farboozle


    Apr 18, 2000
    Fairfax VA
    Maybe not, lots of high end basses use maple. The maple gives a better sound to my ears, plus the upgraded electronics. A better bass for me. . .
  9. i know wear your comming from.but the wood on my bass is harder to find.the wood sounds diffent from the normale bass.i hear fdrom my freinds who play bass thinks my bass sucks because its a std not a proline.i love fender jazz basses.i would sell all my gear for 60's or 70's jazz.i figure that they should make the proline the same price as the std with active pickups.

    my bass has all the specs as a passive std but the truss rod cover says proline.

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