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=The P-Nut Club=

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by boston asphalt2, Aug 19, 2008.

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  1. boston asphalt2

    boston asphalt2 Official Forum Pain in the Ass

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    A NEW PNUT III sold for 2300?! That seller for robbed!

    If I have to go this route, I will let you know!
     
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    I am not as shocked that it went used for that, considering you can order one to have it made, unlike the I and II which were limited to 52ish pieces worldwide, and are therefor harder to get (all things considered).
     
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    Collectors piece for sure.
     
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    I paid $3500 for pnut2 and $3800 for the pnut3.... There are buyers out there so sell it for what you want. Btw both were brand new though.
     
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    You can officially count me in! Owning a P-Nut is no longer a dream, but my reality! #21 of 56, and it's everything I thought it would be. I plan on keeping my Stage II 4, so I still keep the classic SSII tone I love so much, as well as keeping a 4 string around (sometimes I don't need a 5, and a 4 is just more comfortable), while gaining the huge variety of tones, plus the look and feel, of the P-Nut. Cloud 9, you are far nicer here than I anticipated...

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    Such a lovely bass in there TechJunky .
     
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    schlobodan Warwick Streamer Specialist Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Hey schlo, do u still use ur pnutI for most gigs or has the III taken the spot?
     
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    schlobodan Warwick Streamer Specialist Good Vibe Sponsor

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    p-nut 1

    never used the 3 :)
     
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    Scholbodan or Florin,

    Would either of you have any documentation on the Pnut II's original selling price, or MSRP? Can any of yall help? I am looking for insurance values, msrp works.

    BTW, its SICK. #8 with regular Boomers. I have trouble playing other basses, with the exception of my Carlo custom.

    Lex
     
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    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi Lex,

    If you reorder it today, the price is 6658 EUR
    If you write an email to me at [email protected] I can send you something that looks like an official Warwick answer :)

    Best regards,
    Flo
     
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    Weeeeeeeeee're baaaaaaaack!
    Last night's gig. Guitarist kept looking back at me all night nodding in approval. My custom jazz never made it out of the case tonight. Time to sleep but I'll post my thoughts on "that special Warwick thing" tomorrow. Night bro's.
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    Such awesomeness. Mind blown.
     
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    Thanks man, it felt good playing my Warwick gear again!
     
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    Looking good, Gerry :) I see you keep the controls pretty flat on the Hellborg Pre!
     
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    Thanks Flo! At sound check, I decided at the last minute to use my Sansamp bddi in front of the pre. I then used the HB di out to f.o.h. This was my first time using the di too and I'm very impressed. I've been t aking the SA and Eden power section lately and using the SA di to f.o.h, which is fine but there is no pre/post eq, so, by the time i get my high end the way I want on stage, it's a little greasy in the pa.
    The HB pre lets me do what i want and Taylor my sound on both ends. I'll continue using the SA/HB combination for a while with the Berg cab. This is a 2x10 cab that can take a pounding and colors the tone in the low mids juuuuust enough for me. My HB speakers will be used only on special occasions or when there's no pa support.
     
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    Oh, by the way. Notice how close the guitarist amp is to mine. Even when he set it on "scream"and I had to move away, I could hear my notes and feel my punch with the drummer. I attribute this to my Streamer. The Berg is easily the "punchiest" cab I've ever played through but it's obviously the bass making the speaker do it to that level. My Cs jazz is more comfortable to play and balances better but nothing sits in the mix like my Wick. This is where the real magic is in these basses.
    Bottom line, I penetrated the mix and left it in need of crisis counseling;)
     
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    ...and yet another surprise. I "solo-ed" the humbucker for the first time at gig level. Come on Warwick....really!?!...Thank you!
    I've never done this because I've always been happy with my full on tone live and at home levels, it sounds very different. It was like a SS2 and SR5 had an affair. Seems that after a year and change, i still don't know this bass and it continues to surprise and give to me. I'm glad i gave it a break and can now approach it with a fresh perspective.
     
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    rarely use another setting:)
     
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