Warwick / 1989 Streamer Stage I Ltd / 1989 / Bass For Sale
Limited model that leaves a strong color of the initial warwick specifications and sounds
Warwick established by "Hans Peter Wilfer" in 1982. Each model, which can be said to be the crystal of German Spirits, is now growing into a manufacturer loved by many musicians, both professional/amateur.
This 1989 Streamer Stage I LTD is a limited model of "Streamer Stage I" announced in 1983. This model is also displayed in Warwick's showrooms, leaving the specifications of the initial streamer, which is irresistible for warwick lovers, such as the through neck structure of Wenji, the truss rod cover, the head logo of the w Avalon, and just A nuts. Is plenty. In Warwick, it is full of unusual points in talking about Warwick, such as a maple body with an unusual ebony fingerboard and a top back, and a Bartolini hambucking pickup.
The setup is firmly set up in our shop, and the string height is about 1.2mm. The sound variations with 2 -band Iclezers, the coil balancer of the hambucking pickup, the switching volume of the active/passive switching and the original variation, but the warmth of the early warwick wood is comfortable. An individual that is easy to match with things. "I don't really like people with people."
Body: Birdseye Maple Top / Maple Back
Neck: WENGE / MAPLE THOUGH BODY
P.U: Bartolini HB
Nut Width: 40.2mm
Scale: 34 "Long Scale Neck
* Inlay afterwards
* There is a finger rest expansion mark
* Both the neck and electrical system have been maintained by our shop repairman
* The string height is set to about 1.2mm above 12F.
* Disassembled parts have been disassembled
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Akira Matsui in charge
Please note that all items are for sale in our Tokyo store.
There is a chance they might be sold out. All items are shipped tracked and insured. All import duties or customs fees are the buyers responsibility - please be aware of the requirements for your country. If you have any questions please ask.
Since 1989 TCGAKKI has been proudly serving one of the largest and finest selections of used and vintage musical instruments in the Tokyo area.