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TRADED: 1984 Warwick Streamer no. 067
£1165
Netherlands

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For sale again, I've withdrawn the previous ad but I can really use the money since I've bought a new house last week,

so here we go again....

Very early Warwick Streamer, serial no. 067, should be from 1984.

Cherry body, neck through construction 5 piece neck with wengé and cherry,

rosewood fretboard. EMG electronics, Schaller bridge and tuners. All original.

Has a neck/headstock repair, pro job and now stronger than ever.

Lightweight about 3,8 kg.

Plays smooth and sounds soo good. 

£1165 / 1300€

Cash is king, but a part ex will do as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I know there's this Warwick/Spector debate that comes up periodically, but I love the look of these old Warwicks with the paddle headstocks 

Lovely bass.

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Stunning bass! These older Streamers with the cherrywood bodies are incredible - much thinner body and lighter than the later Streamers. 

You can really see and feel the hand-crafted quality of these beautiful instruments. 

I already have 8 Warwicks though and already looking to sell 6 of them shortly otherwise I would have been all over this!

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Quite surprised this is still here... sub £1200 for a 1984 Streamer is a great price!

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22 hours ago, binky_bass said:

Quite surprised this is still here... sub £1200 for a 1984 Streamer is a great price!

It certainly is and you aren't likely to find one without the headstock repair and as this was a repaired by a pro so should have little effect on value.

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Thanks for all the nice comments, guys. 

It really is a unique instrument for a very very decent price.

I'll even include a hardcase for safe transport for free.

One of the locks is missing, but the other two work great and keeps it closed.

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This bass really, really does it for me; everything you could want in a Streamer. Sadly I currently have no funds, but best of luck with the sale. 

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A rosewood fretboard is not common on a Warwick SS1.

Is it original or has it been changed during the repair ?

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5 hours ago, eneade said:

A rosewood fretboard is not common on a Warwick SS1.

Is it original or has it been changed during the repair ?

It is known Warwick experimented in the early years with different types of wood. The rosewood fretboard is very rare, but 100% original. 

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Hello :)

Wonderful bass !

I guess, reading you, that you don't want to make an exchange but I ask anyway.

Would you like to trade your bass against a Warwick Thumb NT 4 of 2001 in perfect state ?

I'm from Belgium.

Have a great day :)

Franchement.

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Still available

and new pictures

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Trade offers welcome, preferably with some cash my way.

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