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Hello all,

Not sure I want to sell this, but once again bills are calling...

for me, this bass it ergonomically and aesthetically perfect! It’s been a long time since a neck like this felt just right for me. However, you may have seen a post where I have found the bass a little to aggressive sounding for my taste. I did not want to pull the guts out of it and ruin it, I’d rather it be kept original.

it has had a new EMG at the neck as the previous one failed on me. The rest is an original 1987 Warwick streamer stage 2. It will come with the flight case.

Slim curvy body, lovely thin neck, a real beaut!

if this is to be posted, I will only do it fully insured.

that said, I’d be happy if it didn’t sell!





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Perhaps the new pickup is at the neck rather than the bridge, looking at the EMG logo?? 

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2 hours ago, Kev said:


Perhaps the new pickup is at the neck rather than the bridge, looking at the EMG logo?? 

Yep, you are right! And thanks all for the compliments on a great bass!

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I can vouch for these being one of the most comfortable basses around, I don't think I could ever part with my '87.  (Mine is painted and it's quite nice to see yours, and know what mine looks like under the deep sparkle paintjob) 

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From an '89 Stage 2 owner and the previous owner of 3 '88 Stage 2s these are just the greatest basses ever made. I made the stupid mistake of selling my 3 88's over 10 years, but my '89 will need to be torn from my dead hands... I'd love to buy this from you just to give it a good home.

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On 19/02/2018 at 22:39, FDC484950 said:

Dare I ask... how much does it weigh and what’s your location?


its 4.5kg on the bathrooms scales, I’m in kent.

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I have been asked for some photos of any dings and a head shot. so a couple of dings, a scratch a cm or so not deep. A bit of thumb wear around the neck pick up,  wear to some of the hardware a shot of the first fret and finally, the head (serial number covered for obvious reasons).

i wish I faired this well at 30!








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Stunning, wish I had the cash..

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