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Warwick Corvette $$ Double Buck 4-String Bass Fretless
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The Warwick Corvette $$ Double Buck Freetless bass guitar is similar to the other Corvette models, but distinguishes itself with unique electronics. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Warwick Corvette $$ Double Buck Freetless bass guitar is similar to the other Corvette models, but distinguishes itself with unique electronics. It features 2 powerful MEC humbuckers nestled closely in the center position, completely covering the legendary sweet-spot that so many basses miss completely. This configuration gives it a powerful, solid tone with depth and clarity. To make it versatile, 2 mini 3-way switches let you choose humbucker, single-coil, and parallel or series operation. The passive pickups are matched to an MEC 2-band active preamp, making it a true passive/active hybrid. The Double Buck features a select swamp ash body, an ovangkol neck, bell brass frets, high-quality hardware, and natural or transparent color oil finishes.
- Select swamp ash body
- Corvette body shape
- Ovangkol neck
- Dual MEC humbuckers
- 3-way coil tap switches for humcancelling, single coil, or parallel/series pickup operation
- Bell brass frets
- High-quality components
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I got this little monster a couple of years ago in all nervana black & its the best fretless ive everplayed. Ive played em all. You can pay alot more for alittle better, or a little less for far less quality. Pound for pound, dollar for dollar this is the best fretless out there PERIOD!Get it.
Okay this bass is preyty much the best thing ever. I've played on some music man basses, I played a jaco replica, a standard USA J-bass, gibson, nothing comes close to warwick. The only problem I can think of is the width of the neck, but I usually play a five string so its slim to me. This bass as fretless is just incredable. Warwick really out did themselves with the $$, and the fretless is even better.