The bridge spacing is 72mm centre of the B string to centre of the G string
The nut spacing is 39mm B string centre to G string centre
It has a bolt on Status C neck made of graphite, but it has the middle area profile slightly flattened, so a bit like taking a C neck and shaving the profile flatter.
Mono-rail bridge units
Standard 19mm string spacing
2 Status soap-bar pickups with three-band E.Q.
Variable midrange frequency, master volume, pickup blend control &18 volt power supply
A great bass to be sure for the next owner.
I can be a little flexible on price within reason, pickup, play and a cuppa preferred, but can ship at the buyers expense and risk.
for sale is a special piece of art from Germany. A Warwick Streamer 5 in very good condition. It has the typical Warwick-sound. Very even over the whole fretboard and a tight and punchy low b. Craftmanship is extraordinay good.
Retail price was 3799€ - now are the prices for german made warwicks much higher.
It comes with a massive Warwick rockcase and new daddario 165s strings.
I may consider trades or part exchange.
Big Price Drop: 1550£
Warwick Machine heads
Just a Nut III Brass
24 Jumbo Brass frets
Blackwood block inlays
Blackwood neck with Maple stripes
2/3 Maple with 1/3 plain Blackwood top body
Finish: Natural Oil
Passive Seymour Duncan Soapbar’s SSB-5n (Neck) and SSB-5b (Bridge) Pickups
Seymour Duncan 3-way with slap contour presets electronics
Dome speed control knobs
Warwick 2-pieces bridge
Warwick security locks
Chrome hardware color, maple tuning pegs
RockCase flight case
New to this site and so I thought I'd start by sharing a purchase I made back in June this year.
The 2020 Sterling by Musicman Stingray 34 with swamp Ash Black body and roasted maple neck. This is my first Stingray Bass as I usually play Jazz Basses. Had seen this on the official Sterling site and was blown away with how great it looked. A 'BFR' inspired design they say on the site. Purchased it from a site called Project Music who had only one due in so snapped it up pretty quickly.
As I say, my first Stingray so other than a 1990 USA Stingray I borrowed and played for a couple of week's I don't have much to compare it with. I'll start by saying it's loud, very loud although I do usually play passive Basses and one other active Jazz which has nothing on this things volume. 3 band EQ seems fine, plenty of tones can be dialed in easily. Not sure whether the bass boost lacks in the real boomy end. The body looks great with the white grain showing through and is well finished. This is a lump of a bass! May remove the clear scratch plate as after cleaning the bass after use there is quite a bit of dust build up underneath which can become visible. The roasted maple neck is lovely and plays really well. Had to file down the nut edges as they weren't particularly well finished and sharp to touch. I guess that's the real difference when it comes to Indonesian made vs USA made Musicmans. And of course love the all black hardware.
Been very pleased with it so far. Not had the opportunity to gig with it as yet due to you know what but have used for online recordings and jamming at home and really feels great to play.
Any Stingray players out there recommend any mods at all? I've read that people tend to swap out the standard preamp for something a bit hotter like Aguilars OBP 3. Anyone ever done so and felt the benefits?
Have added some pics 😊
Let me know your thoughts, Q's etc
The bass is like new, has no signs of use or marks. The case is a bit broken but works well anyhow. Includes all documents and case candy.
These Std Jazz Basses made between 2008 and 2018 are well know for their amazing quality. This one plays like butter.
- alder body,
- maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
- olympic white with tortoise pickguard
I could consider trades on 4 string jazz basses (preferably active)
(Chair and plant not for sale)