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Warwick Corvette $$ 4
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Warwick Corvette $$ 4

4-string bass guitar from Warwick belonging to the Corvette series.

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nicoclaire6 nicoclaire6

«  great sound »

Publié le 07/24/11 à 10:26
In which country was it made? Germany but SMI edition distributed only in France

What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
Passive MEC MM humbuckers in apparent plot, series connection, parallel and single coil.

UTILIZATION

The handle is it fun? very nice

Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? much smaller than a jazz bass

Do you get a good sound easy? ... with the independent adjustment of the microphones, it is time to adapt but the sound is very versatile

SOUNDS

They are suitable to your style of music? you can play a lot with

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it? 4 months

How would you rate the quality / price? very good but I feel that by playing, the reasons go on the body at the wrist and sound settings.
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