The Warwick Streamer CV bass now with 5 strings
Warwick announces the availability of the 5-string version of its Streamer CV electric bass, a model that had been introduced at NAMM last January.
The new Warwick Streamer CV 5 electric bass is available in fretted and fretless versions and for left-handed at no additional cost.
- US swamp ash body
- Bolt-on one-piece maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard on the fretted version and tigerstripe ebony on the fretless, 9.5” radius, 21 jumbo Bronze frets and Dot inlays
- Illuminated Dot lateral inlays
- Scale length: 34”
- Just-A-Nut III brass nut
- Warwick tuners with wooden buttons
- Passive MEC J/J Alnico V pickups
- Passive MEC electronics with two volume controls and 2-band EQ
- 2-piece brass Warwick bridge
- Cream pickguard
- Black, chrome or golden hardware
- Finishes: Natural Oil, Colored Oil or High Polish
- Ships in RockCase hard shell with a certificate of authenticity
Details about this new Streamer CV 5 are expected soon at www.warwick.de.
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