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£750 £600 ono

Comes with a Warwick Rockbag Hardcase


It does have some wear above both pickups where the previous owner rested his thumb while playing.

There is also a slight chip in the back of the headstock.

Finally, one of the tuning pegs was replaced by the previous owner at an undisclosed date.



- Bass               Corvette FNA Jazmann

                     4 string 

  Serial Number      C 061032 99

  Year               1999

  Month              March

  Number             061032

  Neck Wood          Wenge Wood

  Fingerboard        Wenge

  Frets              Bronce Warwick Frets  

  Nut                Just a Nut Brass Version

  Neck construction  Bolt On


  - Top Side         2 pcs. solid Flame Maple Wood

  - Back Side        2 pcs. solid US Swamp Ash


  Pickups            passive MEC J and MM Pickup with open Pool pieces

  Electronic         3 Band Seymour Duncan ative Electronic

  Hardware           Black Hardware made for Warwick

  Made in Germany / 08258 Markneukirchen


Feel free to message me if you'd like more information, or to pop round to give it a test/inspection.









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