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Warwick CO Streamer Stage I, 5-string. ( Neck Led)
£2655
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Hi

 I Sell  Warwick CO Streamer Stage I, 5-string

Stunning Conditions.( Neck with Led front&side)

Original Hard Case.

Spec
CO Streamer Stage I, 5-string
White Highpolish finish
Swamp Ash / French Flam.Maple body
Matched Headstock neck
Gold hardware  
Neck Wood:    Wenge neck 
Fretboard:    Wenge fingerboard
Inlay:    Front Face Dot Inlays
Led or Fluorescent Side Dots:    lluminated Side and inlay Dots
Scale length:    34"
Bodywood (Topwood / Backwood):    AAA Flamed Maple body
Pickups:    Active MEC Soapbar H/H
Electronics:    Active Warwick 3-way electronics 
Pot layout:    Volume P/P / Balance / Mid / Treble and Bass stacked
Construction:    Neck-through
Weight:    5.1 kg
Made in Germany

no shipping costs included

Trade 

- MTD 545
- Sadowsky NYC 5
- Fender custom shop

 

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Wow, this looks fantastic and a bit Jamiroquaiesque, but is it different than a normal SS1 in terms of sound?

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Best looking streamer stage 1 i have ever seen and i own a good looking one!

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8 hours ago, seb said:

Wow, this looks fantastic and a bit Jamiroquaiesque, but is it different than a normal SS1 in terms of sound?

The sound in general is like SS1 this one in particular is sweet but with a lot of dynamics :-)

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I agree, gorgeous-est Warwick!!

What's the weight on it?

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This was built alongside a 4 string based on SZ's instruments, was on sale a number of years ago on the Warwick forum.  Special bass!

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1 hour ago, blackparkas said:

Sorry for a maybe dumb question, but what does "CO" stand for?

Wonderful bass!

I assume it is Custom Order, but am happy to be enlightened.

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Fingerboard Radius: broadneck 47"
Scale length: 34" (long scale)
Width Nut: 45,0 mm / 1.8"
Width 12th fret: 60,8 mm / 2.4"
Width 24th fret: 69,11 mm / 2.7"
Fret quanitiy material and size: 24 Jumbo Bronze (extra hard) frets (width: 2.9 mm / height: 1.3 mm)

 

Bridge system: 2-piece solid Brass Warwick Bridge with 20 mm Broadneck spacing or 16,5 mm Normal spacing

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