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  • KirKillKirKill

    Warwick Streamer Jazzman 4Published on 05/02/12 at 03:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    all is said in the previous comment RAS
    it lacks overlay for numbered boxes of the handle, otherwise stick round type is not made in the slim Ibanez

    UTILIZATION

    RAS

    SOUNDS

    It has a fairly wide range of his groovy / funky jazz / fusion, prog see ... for rock and blues hardcore I prefer a good PBass and sounds jazz / funk groove Jbass good except that with this model in Warwick, was a bit of both worlds together in a single bass, the point strong is his kind Musicman humbucker that has made a very dynamic and a lot of presence, it is a slap in pure butchery, jazz is very medium that allows a little dug the mix that can yield surprising results in Register only melting …
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    all is said in the previous comment RAS
    it lacks overlay for numbered boxes of the handle, otherwise stick round type is not made in the slim Ibanez

    UTILIZATION

    RAS

    SOUNDS

    It has a fairly wide range of his groovy / funky jazz / fusion, prog see ... for rock and blues hardcore I prefer a good PBass and sounds jazz / funk groove Jbass good except that with this model in Warwick, was a bit of both worlds together in a single bass, the point strong is his kind Musicman humbucker that has made a very dynamic and a lot of presence, it is a slap in pure butchery, jazz is very medium that allows a little dug the mix that can yield surprising results in Register only melting but it's not great
    Despite the violin (Wenge, Avangkol, swamp ash, maple flamed AAA) we imagine a bass with a lot of body fat, it is not made in the case at all, it sounds very middle / treble

    OVERALL OPINION

    very good versatile bass and precise sound little put off that side very early middle / treble sound signature we recognize the Warwick, the handle also is not easily accessible for a beginner after it is a question of feeling for prize opportunity to € 600-700 is a good deal after this is not
    Bass sold over time, replaced by a Musicman ...
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  • raph.bassraph.bass

    Warwick Streamer Jazzman 4Published on 09/02/06 at 04:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Germany.
    Bolt 24 cases, a micro-type passive MEC Jazz Bass and a Music Man type passive MEC also with the switch to change the wall forms the coils of humbucker. Electronic 3-band active EQ, balance, volume.
    knob The volume is a push / pull that dclenche rglage a slap of q (the Hollow mdiums).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a little big but it suits me perfectly, one would quickly habiute trs. Access in acute enough boards. A strong back and shoulders, however, are Necessary for wear can (you have to pump !?!). It is balance which minimizes the weight. The sound is typical trs (Warwick forces) while remaining versatile.

    SOUNDS

    I play various styles of music Vari…
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    Made in Germany.
    Bolt 24 cases, a micro-type passive MEC Jazz Bass and a Music Man type passive MEC also with the switch to change the wall forms the coils of humbucker. Electronic 3-band active EQ, balance, volume.
    knob The volume is a push / pull that dclenche rglage a slap of q (the Hollow mdiums).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a little big but it suits me perfectly, one would quickly habiute trs. Access in acute enough boards. A strong back and shoulders, however, are Necessary for wear can (you have to pump !?!). It is balance which minimizes the weight. The sound is typical trs (Warwick forces) while remaining versatile.

    SOUNDS

    I play various styles of music Varis (mtal, rock, funk, prog, fusion) and is suitable in all styles with a fast and efficient rglage. I play on a head Markbass Little Mark 2 410 EBS baffle a couple that's not the tint of the intrument and rendering is WOW! IDAL is really the stack.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years now and I'm still a fan at Premire hours. The finish is perfect, the sound standard (especially the slap!), Nothing wrong.
    I tried several bass in the same price range (1600eur new) but it's really the one I was most pl warwick is a brand that knows convince slappeurs ... Obviously I would do the same choice.
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