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Warwick RockBass Streamer Standard Electric Bass
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The 4-string Warwick Streamer Standard Electric bass guitar is a remarkable entry-level instrument with the exceptional sound and playability typical...Read More
A top-tier entry-level bass.
The 4-string Warwick Streamer Standard Electric bass guitar is a remarkable entry-level instrument with the exceptional sound and playability typically found only in higher end basses. A solid carolena body-hardly ever found on basses in this price range-delivers a large variety of pleasing tones and incredible sustain.
Hardware on Warwick's Streamer Standard bass is top notch. Closed gear Warwick machine heads keep it solidly in tune. The bass's 1-piece bridge provides great action for beginners and experienced players alike. The Steamer Standard is equipped with 2 MEC soapbar pickups, a maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard. Combined they create an aesthetically pleasing bass guitar that is as enjoyable to play as it is to behold.
- Bolt-on neck construction
- Carolena body
- Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard
- Scale length: 34" (long scale)
- 24 frets
- Fingerboard radius: 4-string = 400 mm (16"), 5-string = 500 mm (20")
- 1 MEC Vintage humbucker
- Passive electronics
- Push/Pull volume pot for serial or parallel coil switching
- High Polish Finish
- Warwick machine heads
- Warwick one-piece bridge
- Warwick security locks
- Chrome hardware
High-end Warwick features give this Streamer bass exceptional sound and playability. Order now!
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Rock Concerts
- Small Venues
Comments about Warwick RockBass Streamer Standard Electric Bass:
I walked into a local guitar shop and saw this on the wall. I've always been a Fender guy with basses, but I've always been interested in Warwick because they look so great, and so many incredible bassists have played them. I picked it up and played and couldn't stop. I just had to buy it.
It's great to play, the neck is fast and just the right size. It looks and feels wonderful. The only real part of the bass that might be lacking is the pickups. They're great- I'm just more of a P-Bass single coil pickup tone guy. Adam Clayton from U2 has a Streamer with a P-Bass pickup in it. I would love one like that!Overall a great instrument though.