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Warwick Streamer FNA Jazzman 5-String Bass
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This stunning bolt-on neck bass utilizes the Jazzman electronics configuration, which combines an MEC humbucking pickup with a MEC single-coil pickup...Click To Read More About This Product
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Tonal flexibility, comfort, and exceptional beauty.
This stunning bolt-on neck bass utilizes the Jazzman electronics configuration, which combines an MEC humbucking pickup with a MEC single-coil pickup. For added flexibility a mini-switch is provided that coil-taps the humbucker in 3 different ways. With this bass, the sonic possibilities are endless. Swamp ash body with bookmatched AA flamed maple top. 3-piece ovangkol neck with wenge fingerboard. Basslines 3-band active EQ. Gold hardware. Deluxe gig bag.
- Swamp ash body with AA flamed maple top
- 3-piece ovangkol neck with wenge fingerboard
- MEC single-coil pickup and MEC humbucking bridge pickup
- 3-way coil-tap switch for humbucking pickup
- Basslines 3-band active EQ
- Gold hardware
- Angled back keys for easier tuning
- Includes deluxe gig bag
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I have been playing bass for around 40 years and have had a couple of really nice basses in my day. I decided to buy one last really nice bass and make it my last purchase (my wife said she had heard that before). I went out looking and never even considered this bass because of the price. Well, I sat down and played one and guess what. It went home with me. The action is fast, it stays in tune, intonation is perfect. The sound is a very punchy growl. Several people on our prasie team at church have said that they have never heard a bass sound that awesome. The electronics work great, and with passive pickups I don't have to worry about dropping out if the battery dies. The wood is just, well, just beautiful. I think I have found a little piece of Heaven here. This is the last bass I will ever buy cause there is nothing out that I have heard that comes close. Buy it, you will be glad you did.
This is one of the best basses out there at any price!! Workmanship is unbelievable and the electronics are so versatile, I really cant believe it. I own 16 basses from various different companies and this bass is probably the best one!!!
In the Washington DC area, Chuck Levin's place is hopping with the musicians in the area. I had the opportunity to play the Streamer and Corvette Jazzman basses here a couple years ago, and these things are hot!!! I prefer the Streamer because of the curved body. These things are tonally amazing! The body is swamp ash, so they aren't as heavy as you would expect a Warwick to be. You also get the great tone that swamp ash gives, with deep, smooth lows and burpy, poppy mids. Great MM tone with the bridge pickup, super traditional J- tone with the neck pickup, and trad meets modern when blended. The bass has a great EQ, the fat Warwick neck, and a great feel. My only complaint is that these things are so expensive! Don't get me wrong -- it's totally worth it, but not everyone has $**** to lay down for one of these bad boys!
a very nice bass with powerfull sound and tons of features. Very well made. a bit expensive but so are all the best stuffs out there.