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=The Warwick Streamer Club=

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

  1. 68Goldfish

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    Actually the SS1 has the same layout as the SS2. Stacked volume/blend plus three band pre. And the neck is maple with a wenge fingerboard. Not sure why the pics are sideways......
     
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  2. Rehan

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    Well I’m up to 5 Masterbuilts now as I revamp my Streamer collection with MBs. Sharing body shots of the current lineup:

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    -Streamer Stage II 5 (natural satin)
    -Streamer LX 4 (midnight blue burst high polish)
    -Streamer Stage I 4 (bleached ocean blue satin)
    -Streamer LX 5 (bleached rose stain high polish)
    -Streamer CV 4 (black stain high polish)
    -Adam Clayton Artist (cream white high polish)
     
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  3. PaulS

    PaulS Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Awesome. I love that bleached rose finish
     
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  4. Nachobassman

    Nachobassman Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!

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    You.
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    Posting.
    This.
     
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  5. Hoggles

    Hoggles Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Go @Rehan Go! Lovely collection of Streamers!
     
  6. Rehan

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    Thanks Paul!
     
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  7. Rehan

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    But why Nacho, everyone loves bass porn :D:p
     
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  8. Rehan

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    Thank you sir!
     
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  9. Nachobassman

    Nachobassman Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!

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    I know...:rolleyes::D
     
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  10. Eduardo_maynez

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    27CA657F-CCA3-4A40-AD7C-487B72F9847F.png Who can give me information about this streamer model from the 80’s?
    One day I would love to own one !
    Any ideas ? Suggestions?
    Thanks
     
  11. Marcoelwray

    Marcoelwray Commercial User

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    Hi

    The closest thing I can think about is the Streamer Pro M, but it's not NT.

    Warwick Streamer Pro M (Made in Germany) + Delano upgrade

    I don't think any of these models could be available. For the picture shown, IMHO it'll be cheaper to ask to WW custom shop instead of looking for this one.

    It's a Stage I, post 87' (bridge)...
     
  12. Nachobassman

    Nachobassman Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!

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  13. Dazed

    Dazed Good Vibe Sponsor

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    As nacho posted, ‘89 limited edition Streamer.

    They do pop up for sale from time to time.
    Prices vary I guess due to rarity. £1250-£2000
     
  14. Eduardo_maynez

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    Wow! Well at least i know the name of the model ; I have always liked basses with one pickup! If you see one please let me know

    [email protected]

    Thanks to all

    Lalo Garcia
     
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  15. Woody72

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    Hello Streamer fans, I've just now joined the forum, and this fine club, as I've recently started to restore this beautiful 2006 Streamer Stage 1.
    It's barely been played but was in a truly shocking state when I received it, due to it being left in substandard storage for a long time.
    I was made aware of the damage before purchase, but I was in so much shock when I opened the case that I totally failed to take any pictures.
    Strings were rusted to f8ck, all frets were covered in cm's of moldy crud, never mind tarnished.
    As pictured all the gold hardware is looking pretty terminal, so I've ordered new replacement parts from Thomann.
    I'm very glad to be bringing this beauty back to life, and am looking forward to many years of use.
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    Wow! That must have been in a really humid environment. Electronics ok? Neck straight?

    Lovely grain. Congrats.

    And welcome to the forum :)
     
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  17. Woody72

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    Many thanks for the welcome Hoggles.
    My photography skills do it no justice at all. It's stunning but very 3d in that it shows different patterns of the grain in different angles.
    The Bass itself is close to being immaculate, neck is bang on. All the electronics check out fine.
    I've got a Brass JANIII and Black Hardware inbound, some might think that's sacrilegious, but I've never really been much of a fan of Gold Hardware, and as per the attached picture above, seems like the Gold Hardware is more high maintenance ?
    I'm going to leave it stock MEC for now, but I am considering swapping out the Pick Ups and Pre Amp for something different.
    I'm just stocked that it's cleaned up so well. So far I've spend about 6 hours on it with masked off fretboard and some hardcore Brasso based elbow grease, followed by 3 applications of lemon oil on the fretboard and a few takes of Beeswax on the body.
    It really was heartbreaking to see the condition on arrival, but now I'm very very happy with how it's all turning out so far.
     
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  18. Hoggles

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    That's great! What a fun project. Total score.

    Haha, no worries...and you're already essentially best buds with @Nachobassman :D It'll look fantastic with black hardware.

    Take a look at his signature a few posts up, and you'll know what I'm talking about :rolleyes:
     
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  19. Woody72

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    :D My photo of 'old gold' hardware above is only likely to reinforce the committee's standpoint.
    I'm now on the hunt locally for some replacement Truss Rod cover screws and Pick Up mounting screws.
    I see them in the spares section here, but can't justify the cost of ordering online from Warwick.
    Hopefully they are pretty standard things to locate.
     
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  20. Hardy

    Hardy Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Nice project!

    ...check my signature also. The everlasting battle of light against darkness!!!
     
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