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Warwick Rockbass Streamer LX 4-String Electric Bass Guitar
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The Warwick Rockbass Streamer LX electric bass guitar is beautifully made and has that famous Warwick low growl. It features a carolena body”a solid ...Read More
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A range of dynamics, great for crisp slapping leads and deep meaty rhythms.
The Warwick Rockbass Streamer LX electric bass guitar is beautifully made and has that famous Warwick low growl. It features a carolena body”a solid foundation to provide both thundering lows and distinct highst. Other premium tonewoods in its construction are a maple neck with ekanga veneers and a rosewood fingerboard.
The Warwick bass's 2 passive MEC vintage humbuckers are paired with passive electronic and 3 controls (neck and bridge volume knobs and tone knob) to provide a range of tones suited for stage or studio. Other features include Warwick machine heads,2-piece bridge, Warwick security locks, chrome hardware, and a Just-A-Nut III nut.
- Bolt-on neck construction
- Carolena body
- Maple neck with Ekanga veneers
- Rosewood fingerboard (fretless with tigerstripe ebony fingerboard)
- Scale length: 34" (long scale)
- 24 frets
- Fingerboard radius: 16"
- 2 passive MEC Vintage Humbuckers
- Passive electronics
- 2 x Volume Control (neck and bridge), 1 x Tone control
- Patented Easy Access electronics compartment
- Warwick machine heads
- Warwick two-piece bridge
- Warwick security locks
- Chrome hardware
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I've enjoyed playing this bass. Its very versatile and the price was great. The description says it has 2 passive humbuckers but it doesn't. It has active P/J pups. It would have been nice to have some sort of battery holder or foam around the battery. It comes with a 9 volt just kinda rattling around in there. Easy fix with a little scrap fabric and duct tape though. Overall it's beautiful, sounds good with new strings, (Sorry Warwick, those stock reds are bleh) and my SWR rig approves.
Lighter than I figured thanks to the carolena (pine) body and had a few rough frets, but not awful. There's better out there in this price range, but if there's one thing about the bass, it's the body shape (very comfortable). Despite the rough frets, neck shape is pretty much perfect. Setting up to taste is everything, and you can, thanks to the Adjust A Nut and two piece bridge. MEC pups are fair. All in all, should retail for a little less than the asking price, but at least you get the looks for about an eighth the price of the German 'Wick.