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CUSTOM SHOP PRICELIST AVAILABLE !!!

Discussion in 'Warwick - Custom Shop' started by ThirdthumB, Sep 25, 2007.

  1. ThirdthumB

    ThirdthumB

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    Yes,

    check out at warwick.de, then go to products, then pricelist............sweet........ 8)
     
  2. boebl

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    That's exactly what i just found.

    Didn't think that spalted maple is THAT expensive
     
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    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    How can the Bullet cost €2384?!?!?!?!
     
  5. ThirdthumB

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    Yeah,

    you might as well get a full one of a kind airbrush on your bass.......... 8)
     
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    ..so my dream bass would cost 3583 euros.. :D
     
  7. JanVanHove

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    Sweet! It has all the new options, like neck profiles and double necks!

    Thank you Warwick! :)
    Now I can know exactly how expensive my crazy ideas can be!

    (did I just see that I could do a 6-string Vampyre NT? :shock: )
     
  8. Florin

    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    These are the recommended prices. The real prices you can deal with your local dealers. Some of them can be VERY generous with you :)
     
  9. redcapwill

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    I'm glad Warwick care this much for their fans (I won't say customers as I'm not there yet!), they seem to give you everything you could ask for!

    Now I can compare UK and Euro prices with ease! :)
     
  10. Florin

    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    Why you don't have a Warwick yet? Saving for a JE Buzzard?
     
  11. JanVanHove

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    Are you talking to me Brother?
    I might have to settle for an humble Buzzard BO, but that is still a long way away...
     
  12. ThirdthumB

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    Sell the Knuckle !!!!! Sell it !!!!! :twisted: :lol:
     
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    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    That's one hell of a plan. To buy a knuckwhatever, to sell it at double it's price, and to buy a JE Buzzard. Great plan man!
     
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    I thought it may have been aimed at me... If it was, no I'm not saving for a JE Buzzard (although Jan may want me to), but for a custom Streamer.

    Its hard being a bassist on a budget, its even harder once you discover the Warwick custom shop! :shock:
     
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    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    You definetly should try the JE Buzzard... It's THAT good :)
     
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    on this pricelist I can see that we can get a vampyre SN oil finished. Could be nice to have a vampyre with maple grain exposed
     
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    I don't think the pricelist mentions 8 or 12 string options :(
     
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    At least it does on the German version.......... :twisted:
     
  19. JanVanHove

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    it says:

    all indicative SRPs, of course...
     
  20. JanVanHove

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    It doesn't however, mention the possibility of using the Stryker/Buzzard headstock on other basses...

    Is that an actual possibility or am I just crazy?
     
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