• Warwick Corvette $$ LTD 09

100% made in Germany Warwick bass

This is a Corvette $$ model, the most versatile from this great German brand.

This particular bass is the Limited Edition Series from 2009. The bass is new, of course.

Only a limited number of these basses were made by Warwick and here's your chance to get one one of the very last of these collector's items. To top it all we are selling them with a really nice discount so contact us as soon as possible if you are interested.

 

The Corvette design is probaby the best of all Warwick basses because of the extra long upper horn. This makes for a perfectly balanced bass both with a strap and without it. Also this design places the neck in the correct location, meaning you don't have to stretch out at all to reach the first frets. Other body designs and/or shorter top horns move the neck away from you, making it so much hard to play in the first positions, and that's where we play most of the time after all.

The maple neck is really solid and stable and it has the classic Warwick oil finish which makes it a joy to play. The rosewood fingerboard is just perfect and is also a pleasure for your fingers.

Warwick's frets are made from the same material as German church bells so you can expect perfect sustain and resonance as well as extra life from them.

Sustain in this bass seems to be endless indeed. This is thanks to the great tailpiece/bridge combination which allows the strings to have the perfect break angle at the bridge. Of course you can adjust the bridge in all directions: overall and individual height, intonation, string spacing, etc.

Small details such as pickup height have been redisgned and improved using metal inserts for the screws in the body of the bass meaning you can set the correct pickup height effortlessly. Cool.

Of course there's a two way truss rod so you can tweak the neck yo suit your climate and/or playing style. The truss rod can be accessed easily.

Also electronics are easily serviced. No tool is needed to access the battery which by the way is found inside an ultra clean electronics area. Just use your fingernails fo open the rear electronics plate. Cool. Conductive paint is used thoughout and just the right amount of wire and top notch parts. We love it.

Warwick's trademark headstock is also ergonomic. All tuners are placed for the player to reach them easily. The adjustable nut (a classic feature from Warwick) is the final touch on a perfectly designed bass.

German made MEC electronics are used. The term here would be ultra quiet and effective. You get Volume, Balance, Bass and Treble. Of course you also get Passive mode by pulling the Volume pot.

Two German MEC Humbucker pickups allow for Single Coil/Parallel/Series mode using the two 3 way mini switches (one for each pickup). The amount of perfect tones here is simply amazing. Just by using the Balance pot and these two mini switches you get a lot of top class tones that will have you covered regardless the style of music you play.

These are some of the specs that make this Limited Edition bass so cool:

• Mahogany body with a gorgeous olive top and matching headstock
• Maple neck with two mahogany stripes
• Rosewood fingerboard with Oval inlays
• Black Hardware

 This instrument comes with a Premium Line RockBag gigbag plus all the tools you need to set up the bass as well as straplocks.

Warwick Corvette $$ LTD 09

Availability: green

Body: Mahogany
Top: Olive (matching headstock)
Neck: Maple with two mahogany stripes
Fingerboard: Rosewood with oval inlays
Construction: Bolt On
Frets: 24
Pickups: MEC Alnico V Humbucker x2
Electronics: MEC Active-Passive
Controls: Volume, Balance, Bass, Treble. 2x 3 way Miniswitch for Series-Paralell-Single)
Weight: 4kg
Neck width at nut (mm): 39
String spacing at the bridge (mm): 19
Scale (inches): 34
More: Made in Germany. Comes with professional gigbag, tools and straplocks

Price with Tax

3.175,00

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30,00%

Our price €
2.222,50 €

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Warwick Corvette $$ LTD 09
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