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- Jun 16, 2008
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Yes, 65th Vette ever. Very cool. Looks to be in great shape and well. Score!
Is that a turqouise blue?
Is rare to find one with brass hardware, I've been looking for a bass like mine since 2011 with no luck.
His fretted twin:
Welcome!Hello all, I just bought my first Corvette it's a 99'. As I'm waiting to receive it. Are there any common issues I should be aware of, or look for? I'm a complete Warwick noob. Also, is there any consensus on strings? I assume something nickel. Thanks in advance.
5 and 6 stringers hang in a wierd way, depending on your physique it will be a problem or not. I've had trouble with the top strap lock "not locking" because I force the instrument in a different position that the one it wants to hang and have read some people having the same problem. Not aware of any consensus on strings but I'll say steels. I belive the low B is tapered in the Warwick brand.
I’ve only had “mid-range” quality basses because I’m in college. I saved for years for this and it’s everything I wanted. It has an option for just about every gig. The way I would describe it is just a deeper tone than anything I’ve tried plus the craftsmanship is superb. Ill never go with another brand, I might just keep getting Corvette $$ NT’s!!Looks awesome Justin! How does it compare to previous basses?
Hello all, I just bought my first Corvette it's a 99'. As I'm waiting to receive it. Are there any common issues I should be aware of, or look for? I'm a complete Warwick noob. Also, is there any consensus on strings? I assume something nickel. Thanks in advance.
Nice ramp!Cleaning day for my Korean Corvette. I love the look of the New zealand Native wood fretboard. I got the new fretboard fitted locally. It's a wood called Black Maire. Similar density to ebony. I even like the little imperfection of a knot on the back of the neck. I call it my tone knot ha ha
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I'm not a Warwick expert, but I would say, find the closet dealer via the Warwick website, and contact that dealer with your questions. A good dealer will go the extra mile to take care of you regardless if your bass is still covered under warranty or not.hello warwick bass player....i bought a new warwick in local store and my trussrod is default....now the store close is door for bad reason....can i change the trussrod or the neck