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=The Warwick Streamer Club=

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by FunkyMan, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Rehan

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    Just sharing my current neck-thru Streamer lineup:

    2015 Streamer Stage II 5
    1991 Streamer Stage II 4
    Streamer NT I 5 (Racing Red HP)
    Streamer NT I 4 (Natural HP)

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  2. PaulS

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    Beautiful!
     
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  3. Hardy

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    That SS2 4 string looks tasty!
     
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  4. Rehan

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    Thanks Hardy! I can confirm it’s very delicious! :p

    The SSII 5 is scrumptious as well:

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  5. jester

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    Some interesting differences there, the 4-string SSII looks wider than the 5-string although it has one less string! Also the bottom cutout is much deeper. There's more differences there for sure, e.g. top horn shape, and I think pickup placement is a bit different between the two fivers for example.
     
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    Very observant of you Yanni and you’re right on the money! :) The early 90’s bodies are wider and more curved than the current MIG Streamers and the lower horn cutout is definitely deeper on the ‘91 SSII.

    All true! I actually had not noticed the different pickup placement on the fivers until you pointed it out. :p All 4 Streamers sound fantastic and I am a happy camper for sure. :D
     
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    Check out this photo Yanni. I had both of these SSII fivers simultaneously for a short time,
    1994 vs. 2015:

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    these are too cool :) do the streamers come in swamp ash bodies as an option?
     
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    Jimmy Earle model is Ash bodied, maple neck.
     
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  10. adi

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    cool imma chk it out
    thanks warwickhunt :)
     
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    There's also the Streamer $$, but it has a different pickup configuration:

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  12. adi

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    its beautiful:)[​IMG]
     
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    oh a 2 humbucker config :) my friend out here plays the corvette version $$
    im sure those split so single coil should be no problem, thanks jester
     
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    This is a cherry bodied SSI
     
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    ohh that page is slightly confusing then, premier
    its beautiful anyway though :)
     
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    My Ex-Schlobodan Colobolo top SS2 has a swamp ass... I mean ash backside.
     
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    Btw it doesn’t sound much different from a regular SS2. A bit more warm and broader sound, but still the same cup of tea. Seems the neck makes the difference from the SS1.
     
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    i dont know for sure why, theres something about an ash maple combination that i like, its my main bass :) it just "handles" the strings better, cant explain, also theres some top end thats not there in the other basses (alder) that i have
    I heard walnut comes close :)
     
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    ..also i use 40-95 and Eb tuning and that bass handles that the best
     
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    Wow so light and also detuned. I play 40s too but would never consider down tuning them, I think they are (almost) too loose already.
     
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