Warwick goes Classic Vintage with the Warwick Streamer
The popular Warwick Streamer Series is
expanding with a new model in 2013 - the Streamer
CV (Classic Vintage). The main goal of developing the
Streamer CV was to combine modern precision with
features of the past.
The ergonomically shaped body of the Streamer
CV is made of lightweight US swamp ash. The one piece
Maple neck fretted version comes with a Rosewood fretboard, and the
fretless version offers a Tigerstripe Ebony fretboard. Of course
the 21 Jumbo Bronze frets get installed and perfectly dressed with
Warwick's innovative Invisible Fret Technology®.
The Warwick Streamer CV is equipped with
passive electronics and passive MEC J/J pickups. Along with dot
inlays on the fretboard, the illuminated side dots help to stay
orientated on the fretboard even on dark stages. This bass is
available in Natural Oil, Coloured Oil or High Polish finish.
According to the personal choice of colour, the Streamer CV comes
with a Cream coloured (for dark finishes) or a Black coloured
pickguard (for bright finishes). This model is only available as
four string, fretted or fretless and right or left-handed.
Warwick @ NAMM 2013 - Streamer
CV presented by Andy Irvine
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