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Warwick Streamer Stage II 4
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dunkoslap dunkoslap
Publié le 06/17/09 à 10:45
German-made body Afzelia, 7-ply neck-and Afzelia Bubinga, Wenge affects 24 frets with "yin yang" as a benchmark, black hardware, 2 pickups MEC jazz type, bridge and tailpiece saddle adjustable WW two screws.
A double knob volume / balance with push / pull active / passive, an acute, a medium and low.
Weight: 4.3 kg

UTILIZATION

Thin neck and proper access to acute, very good ergonomics of the body which blends well on its belly.
Many users complain about its weight, for my part I find the light on!?!?
The wood of the body tend to score fairly easily, a patent would have been welcome.

It sounds like a 4 string, percussion slap in the thumb on the strings of e and b are amazing precision and potato. G never felt this way about other 5 or 6 strings. (WW Thumb, Spector, Cort and Zikmane)

In addition, superbly balanced, it just has to put his fingers and groove.
The sound is there from the first notes, you just turn up the volume, any config equalizer gives superb sound.

SOUNDS

This bass goes everywhere, I used to funk fusion of metal and hard it well.
Bass and midrange enormous, overpowering the treble without being garish potatoes.
The neck pickup gives a very precise effect that funky while the bridge gives Jaco style more pronounced than in the Thumb.
But the central position is the best slap especially, to get an idea listen to the songs "What Was I Thinking", "Nutsymptom" of 311 or the album "Science" of Incubus.
With an amp that does not distort the sound of your bass (MarkBass) you will have exactly the sound.
The passive mode is not too rotten.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for some months and I can not play with my other basses (stingray5 body a little big, the Thumb6 downright too heavy, Spector ns jh5 lightweight but ..., Cort Artisan B5 ahahahahah! ! and streamer ct why not).
An exceptional playing comfort like the sound.
Frankly if you find a good okaz dark eyes closed because the price of new hurts (3200 euro) even if justified (bu ...). It can be found in the vicinity of okaz 2000 Eur.
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