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Warwick Thumb NT5 with case FS *Now Sold*
£1100
Marden, Kent. TN12

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2004 Neck Through Thumb Bass. Lovely condition, some dings, but nothing major.

  • Natural Oil finish
  • Bubinga Pommele body
  • Ovangkol neck
  • Black hardware
  • 3 Band EQ (boost/cut). Pick up blend control
  • MEC pick ups.
  • Made in Germany.

The analogue scales put it as just under 5Kg (~11Ilbs).

Comes with a (non-warwick) hardcase, a brand new set of warwick strings.

Selling as I'm playing my Thumb 4 more and although them extra low notes sound great, I don't really need them.

Collection from Marden, Kent only. Or can meet up within reasonable distance. Not looking for any trades.

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That is a very good price! NT for the cost of a BO... reckon this will sell quickly!

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16 hours ago, papaya said:

Still here?😧

Yup, come buy it 🙂

14 hours ago, MarkusWarwick said:

First i've noticed, stunning bass..... never played a thumb 5 from this age, hows the neck?

Woody and smooth. Erm, I'd say a flat D shape?

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