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Warwick Corvette Standard Bubinga
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«  Low crisp! »

Published on 09/27/12 at 03:25
Warwick Corvette styling PS Std 4 BUB in toto, just a parenthesis, it's a jungle in Warwick, many model, short names unclear to drown all the neophyte. PS Series Pro Series (Korée) is really the best quality range RB Rockbasse here is felt on the price and quality of the instrument as well.

UTILIZATION

From the guitar I was impressed by the ergonomics, this is the first time I play a bass with much ease. The quality of the wood feels visibly, electronics and complication seamless, plug and it works!

SOUNDS

Superb in all registers, played bass on a big Peavey 115

OVERALL OPINION

My opinion is that this bass is made for us guitarists, for those who do not have paws of loggers ... Frankly how not to crack, maybe the price is 1100 euros to cool a little casual gaming ...
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