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  2. Warwick 1991 Infinette. I have this and an Infinity which cover the same sound, look and general vibe for my acoustic gigs so regrettably one has to go. A couple of limited edition basses surfaced recently too which I had to have, so rebalancing of the books is needed. Very little to choose between these in the sound, and I've added a side by side pic of them for comparison. The Infinity has a 3 band EQ, whereas the Infinette has a 2 band EQ. £2250 plus shipping at cost if required. Not considering trades at this stage but may do in a week or so if one of them hasn't gone. Given the value I'd much prefer collection, try out in Chorley, Lancashire A great piece piece of Warwick history. The bass is in very good condition given the age (28 years old) , there is the odd scar on the bass here and there from normal use. More than happy to send more photographs, details etc. 1991 Streamer Corvette known as the Infinette by Warwick fans. Pre dates both the Corvette and Infinity basses. About 120 to 200 manufactured Infinette Spec:  Neck-through design  Only available as 4-string (righthand and fretted)  Body: Atimoe (mahogany) back, Birdseye maple top  Three piece maple neck  Wenge fingerboard  24 (Jumbo) frets,  2 MEC pick up’s, humbucker and Jazz type  Active 2-way electronics  Warwick 2-piece bridge  Warwick tuners  Natural oil finish  Warwick security locks  Gold hardware
  3. Up for sale is my Warwick Infinity 4 String. I have this and an "Infinette" which cover the same sound, look and general vibe for my acoustic gigs so regrettably one has to go. A couple of limited edition basses surfaced recently too which I had to have, so rebalancing of the books is needed. Very little to choose between these in the sound, and I've added a side by side pic of them for comparison. The Infinity has a 3 band EQ, whereas the Infinite has a 2 band EQ. £2000 plus shipping at cost if required. Not considering trades at this stage but may do in a week or so if one of them hasn't gone. Given the value I'd much prefer collection, try out in Chorley, Lancashire. The bass dates from 2003. Good overall condition for a 16 year old bass. There is some wear from thumb placement as shown in the photographs. The jack socket has been upgraded to a more robust one. For the full spec I'll copy and paste from the Warwick Website here: From Warwick's website: "The innovative, hollow body, F-holes and pickup configuration are just a few of the characteristics that put the Infinity NT at the top of the Warwick line. An ovangkol body is capped with a 3/8" birdseye or AAA flamed maple top and its unique, lower horn cutaway allows complete access to the second octave. The hollow design gives great attack, similar to an acoustic bass, without loss of sustain. It is equipped with a large-pole, MEC humbucking pickup in the bridge position, an extra jazz pickup at the neck and an MEC BEC III-2 3 way active circuit. This unique bass has fantastic growling mids, which always cut through in a band setting. The Infinity NT is a true work of art and is extremely sensitive to all nuances of your playing style. Bass Specs: Neck-Through Design Available as 4, and 5-string Left-handed and fretless version available at no additional charge Hollow Ovangkol body with either a AAA-Flamed Maple or AAA-Birdseye Maple top F-Holes carved into top Flamed Maple or Birdseye Maple neck Rosewood fingerboard Scale length: 34" (long scale) 24 frets Active MEC J/TJ pickups Actvie MEC 3-band electronics Finishes: Natural Oil Finish Warwick tuners 2-piece Warwick bridge .
  4. Yes - still available. Yes - I believe it fits a MIM jazz, see the last phot for the 6 x mounting holes.
  5. Possibly, I was going to trial it with the band but I've not got round to it yet. Feel free to PM me.
  6. Calling BC'ers In London - Kilburn A small combo that I'd like has surfaced, seller is reluctant to package up and ship, dropping off at a post office would be fine if not wanting to wait for a courier to call. Is there anybody ready, willing and able to help please? Costs and beer tokens will be covered. Thanks
  7. Now open to trades but cash is king. Trade bait options are: Barefaced Big Baby Cab to pair with my existing one. Gallien Kruger Head No basses I’m afraid, though possibly a nice 4 string Spector might tempt me!, even more so a Spector Rex or Sandberg Forty Eight. ….something that will do the job in a loud hard rock band. I got a few bits of gear up, happy to do a multiple, combined deal.
  8. Open to trades but cash is king. Trade bait options are: Barefaced Big Baby Cab to pair with my existing one. Gallien Kruger Head No basses I’m afraid, though possibly a nice 4 string Spector might tempt me!, even more so a Spector Rex or Sandberg Forty Eight. ….something that will do the job in a loud hard rock band. I got a few bits of gear up, happy to do a multiple, combined deal.
  9. Fender Guitar / Bass Strap. Used but still plenty of life left in it. £8.50 posted Mainland UK
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