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Warwick Streamer LX Custom Electric Bass
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The Warwick Streamer LX Custom is an electric bass that offers you the curvy lines of a swirly bubinga top and matching headstock. This wood treatmen...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Warwick Streamer LX Custom is an electric bass that offers you the curvy lines of a swirly bubinga top and matching headstock. This wood treatment is the aesthetic equivalent of a flowing mixture of brunette and sandy blonde hair. This is a sharp contrast to the dark tigerstripe ebony of the fingerboard and black pickups. Flip the Streamer LX bass guitar around and you've got a nice dark walnut body with a much lighter birdseye maple neck wood. With a classic Warwick arched shape design, the bolt-on construction Streamer LX bass also features 24 jumbo frets, standard control knob layout, a Warwick broad spaced 2-piece bridge and security strap locks, Hipshot Ultralite machine heads, Seymour Duncan "Basslines" active 3-band electronics, and the upgraded Just-A-Nut III nut. Overall, the Warwick Streamer LX Custom is a vivacious electric bass sure to turn heads and make them bounce too.
- Bolt-on construction
- Swirly bubinga top / Ekanga veneer /Walnut back
- Swirly bubinga headstock
- Tigerstripe ebony fingerboard wood
- Birdseye maple neck wood
- EMG 45P pickups
- Seymour Duncan "Basslines" active 3-band electronics
- Standard control knob layout
- Name plate fingerboard inlays
- Hipshot Ultralite machineheads
- Just-A-Nut III
- 34" scale length
- 24 jumbo frets
- Warwick broadspaced 2-piece bridge
- Warwick security strap locks
- Gold hardware
Streamer LX Custom Electric Bass
- Weight: 5.08kg
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Comments about Warwick Streamer LX Custom Electric Bass:
I played this bass when I was in LA and let me be the first to tell you that it was sooooo amazing. It felt great. It made all the sounds that I like. I was astounded. It was great. It was beyond words.