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Warwick Pro Corvette Standard 4 Ash

4-string bass guitar de la marque Warwick

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THE bass I was looking for

Warwick Pro Corvette Standard 4 AshPublished on 09/22/14 at 01:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The specs:

4 Strings
Swamp Ash body
Handle ovangkol 5 rooms with 2 threads Ekanga
Scale: 34 "(Long Scale)
Wenge key
24 frets bronze jumbo profile
Nut Just-A-Nut III (height adjustable with an allen wrench)
2 active pickups MEC Jazz style bass
Active Electronics MCE Thomann 2 bands: high and low, with detents at mid race. Accurate and efficient + active / passive switch in the volume knob
Mechanical Warwick
Bridge 2 pieces Warwick
Warwick Strap Locks
Chrome hardware
Color: Honey Violin (close to the natural color of the wood, but more "yellowed", it's pretty nice)
Made in Korea

UTILIZATION

For the type of race I detail a bit: Radius 20, so fairly flat,...…
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The specs:

4 Strings
Swamp Ash body
Handle ovangkol 5 rooms with 2 threads Ekanga
Scale: 34 "(Long Scale)
Wenge key
24 frets bronze jumbo profile
Nut Just-A-Nut III (height adjustable with an allen wrench)
2 active pickups MEC Jazz style bass
Active Electronics MCE Thomann 2 bands: high and low, with detents at mid race. Accurate and efficient + active / passive switch in the volume knob
Mechanical Warwick
Bridge 2 pieces Warwick
Warwick Strap Locks
Chrome hardware
Color: Honey Violin (close to the natural color of the wood, but more "yellowed", it's pretty nice)
Made in Korea

UTILIZATION

For the type of race I detail a bit: Radius 20, so fairly flat, the profile is rather in D, thin at the back, and the button is comfortable enough (through fairly large frets). I'm used to the Jazz bass, and I did not feel uncomfortable (after a small adjustment of the handle, the factory setting is too hollow hair).

The ergonomics are very good, basically I was part of an Ibanez SR600 (I explain my choice in the end) and I was a little apprehensive. Finally it is very light, comfortable, does not fit in the ratings (as some PB).

It is easy access to acute, except maybe the 23rd and 24th frets.

Very easy to sound good already obtained by the versatility bass active or passive, with two microphones and a 2-band EQ. Precisely, the EQ is top, very accurate, it's pretty nice. For two bands it goes: nothing much to many. You can really sculpt the sound as desired.

SOUNDS

I play with an amp EBS, a small combo 20 or 30w (never remember ...). The sound is more than good and ideal for working from home and you can not kill the neighbors. I tested the low top.

It suits my style (rock / blues and some funk-rock) is the bass I was looking, easy to play (and wear), with lots of character (a real Warwick) but very flexible. Basically I had a Jazz bass and bass detail, that I sold to buy it, and I do not regret it at all, I gained a lot of versatility.

I use: both pickups (with the balance slightly toward the handle microphones), and severe acute -20% + 20%: it gives a round and warm growl that good. Or handle microphones with max bass and treble -20% for a round, heavy and muffled. I use to pick the bridge pickups, with the neutral EQ, or some treble (there was an attack and it sounds very wok'n'woll).

I do not like: nothing special, once mastered it rolls EQ.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a week.
I tried many styles, I play for 7 years of the bass, so I've seen scroll, and I think it will stay a time out.
The Q / P ratio is excellent: the Korean series was 1280 € PPC output (1100 in fact), there was a discontinued Thomann, I got to 519 €, a real deal. That's why I kinda dropped the Ibanez, the Most Luxurious wood, strap locks available, active / passive switch, there was even a small leather pouch Warwick, with cleaning products with. I'll buy again!


Ps: all my notes reflect the price. If I had paid in 1100 I probably would have been more severe.
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  • Manufacturer: Warwick
  • Model: Pro Corvette Standard 4 Ash
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/22/2014

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