How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration? Channel 24 frets, SSH pickup configuration "Jazzman" jazz through a microphone to the neck position, a stone bridge in MM. The two pickups are CME.
What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)? Warwick Bridge into two parts: the tailpiece and the bridge itself. A bridge which, according to Warwick three-dimensional setting. I have not yet tested its ability, I think not having the utility.
What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)? One of the strengths of this bass: the configuration settings associated with microphones that fully exploits. 3-band EQ, controlled by three knobs (treble, mids, bass), a selector 3 positions to control the pavement MM (double bottom = parallel medium = split micro single, double up = series), and finally a knob double bottom = pickup balance, top = + volume push / pull switch for active / passive. Frankly not that side, I have rarely seen as complete and that suits me much.
What type of sleeve? Channel Warwick pitch of 34 "I think, therefore shorter than the majority of low 5c. Ovangkol handle quite thick and flat on the back: it should or not, I found my completely account!
From this point of view, I have absolutely nothing wrong with that low a score. In fact, the only downside (very experienced warwickiens): Just the saddle-a-nut II, which breaks at the slightest gust of wind. I already ordered a Just-a-nut III (I'm not a fan of brass / bronze / I'm not sure what).
The handle is it nice? Warwick handles are thick, broad, little curved at the back. Anyway it is wanted, and I made the first attempt it suits me better than most sleeves, some super-fine (I have an Ibanez SR side real highway, really, but I can not find the same comfort and the same stability).
Access to acute (last string) Is it easy? In any case it does not pose a problem.
Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? Still pretty subjective but here, a Stream, they are people who like it, others not. I find it beautiful and comfortable, and especially over this low, compared to a notament Spector Euro 5 is the weight. Very good idea to do a body in three parts, the bass is as light as my Ibanez SR, which is saying something paas!
Do you get a good sound easily? This bass is very versatile, many possibilities are conceivable, and every time we win situation.
Are they suitable for your style of music? I play everything, it's a major reason for my fondness for this bass. I do not have a sound with too strong a character, I find that here the grain is present but discreet Warwick and adjusted at will.
With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? Good old Hartke HA3500 head with the cab that suits him well (VX410) or headphones with a Line6 interface connected to the PC.
What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)? In both cases I'm sure the amp (or amp simulator) does not color the sound of the instrument. The low instance for midrange at the expense of bass. A crisp, punchy, as I love them.
It's been a while since I planned to take me this bass, I found it used at a reasonable price. In short, I chose it because I knew what I needed, and what I wanted. So I jumped at the OCCAZ.
I will then see in time, presumably mine dated July 2000, and apart from the gilt of which acastillage Barent, I see no problem: the woods seem to age well, finally, in any case, I think not now it will begin to move. In any case, I considered several things before I stop on it: Fender U.S. Deluxe Jazzbass, Spector Euro, but I did not find my account.
I have absolutely nothing against him, so I put 10.