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=the Warwick Stryker / Reverso Club=

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by Hardy, May 4, 2018.

  1. steembass

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    that „crappy“ WW tuners replaced by decent Gotohs! (before the „new“ Schallers were abailable)..:p
    :rolleyes::)
     
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    Did I mention that mine will be radically customized by Warwick? Metal fretboard, fretless ofc. The final design is not set, but this is the direction. Too bad the nice quilt maple will disappear. 2F332A00-DB2E-4031-A366-AD56EBDF77D8.png F2C7F43C-BD42-4190-9F7D-8058B48DE821.jpeg
     
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    :(..ooh..you really want to do that? the new design will be ultra cool! I agree, but it will be a pity for the nice quilt maple..
     
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    I would rather get an "mahogany" Stryker...and "sacrifice" that one..:)
    ;)
     
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    Hardy Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    This one has a 38,5 mm nut width. I prefer that. Otherwise I would look for a mahogany model indeed.
     
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    ok, I understand...mine has the standard nut width..45 (?) mm..:)
     
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    mahagony...:)
     
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    or...agony...LOL
     
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    Say what!? You're getting another custom made?
     
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    Hardy Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Sooner or later, I haven´t started it yet. And I will use my Stryker for it because they do not produce a new one. Maybe I even wait till next year for the order.
     
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    They are customizing their old basses? :)
     
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    Hardy Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Only this time because there is no other on stock. Don’t ask me why they don’t just start the CNC machines. Maybe a legal thing.
     
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    A whole year! Haha, you are crazy bro! (In the best possible way, of course :cool:)
     
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    Hardy Supporting Member Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Business is running good, I collect my gear for the depression of economy that may follow. So I can hide in my mancave and have it all at hand! ;)
     
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    Interesting...
    It is probably a production thing. They will do 5-10 bodies at the same time. Milling only one body is nothing for which you start a CNC.
     
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    A flawless plan, indeed!
     
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