- In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
- How many frets, what kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?
24 frets, 2 passive MEC pickups type JB, MEC 2-band active preamp
- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
WARWICK bridge consists of two separate pieces
- What are the settings (volume, tone, selector micro ...)?
1 knob volume, balance, bass, treble.
- What kind of stick?
Channel 3 pieces screwed
- The handle is it nice?
Very nice, the touch is soft and "Satin" (if I may say so)
- Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?
He is. After you play your bass at the knees ...
- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
This bass is very enjoyable to play, form a very studied and borrowed from the design "Steinberger" makes for SPECTOR ergonomic and balanced
- Do you get easily a good sound ...?
WARWICK, you like or you destestes. In this case it is not a $ $ and it shows. Its woody little but balanced frequencies. For me, there are many, many more high mids.
Played on many amps and speakers, the finding has Always been the same.
- Are they suitable for your style of music?
I was doing with the metal. She showed perfect mix and even a high volume repeat: it was there, no doubt!
- What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
The sound is very clear with this stain "wood" that honors WARWICK but lacks consistency for my taste
- What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
I hate those high mids, which, if less were present, would have made the Warwick Streamer LX5 the bass of my life.
Used from 2003 to 2008, it was for me a bass of choice.
In a perfect violin, she sins just by finishing this one time or another will eventually leave traces of wear and a sound that lacks consistency.
Undoubtedly a very good bass, despite media present too much and not a nut adjustable plastic top.