Warwick Streamer LX 4
Warwick Streamer LX 4

Streamer LX 4, 4-string bass guitar from Warwick in the Streamer LX series.

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socare 03/26/2010

Warwick Streamer LX 4 : socare's user review


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Well it's Warwick so we will make a quick little presentation despite the fact that it is already known hyper.
Made in Germany
Easel 3D Warwick
Channel wenge and ovangkol
Maple body (I think)
Microphone configuration: MEC Precision + Jazz
Electronics: MEC active in passive switchable by the switch


A very nice bass to play despite the fact that I find it a bit unbalanced.
Strangely I do not agree that my counterpart over the Corvette seems more balanced (may be because the Corvette that I have a custom stick maker)
Body shape (concave) is particularly pleasant and beautiful effect.
In terms of access to acute: no worries.


With regard to the sound is really great!
This gives a very wide range, always the grain Warwick: it "growl" and group it refers directly compared to other basses.
I use it on a head Ashdown Mag 300 Evo II Ashdown coupled with a 8x10 Ampeg SVT 12 or ET depending on the circumstances and an Ampeg BA115 in repeats. Personally I prefer the config for all Ahsdown when I play on this Warwick (after it's only a matter of taste).
I play rock and it's really appropriate. Anyway Warwick is a brand known for its versatility, so it would match most styles in my opinion.


I have this bass for about 3 months and I will not let go of here a long time!
If I had to redo what choice I would not hesitate a single second I am a "Warwickien" done and this bass reinforces my image I made of Warwick, a perfect violin, a great sound, comfort games almost flawless (except the small imbalance).
Value for money simply enormous!
I recommend it!