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For Sale: Warwick Vampyre Sn 5 Bass (made In Germany)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Stuff' started by Johnny1982, Nov 27, 2020.

By Johnny1982 on Nov 27, 2020 at 4:49 PM
  1. Johnny1982


    Nov 22, 2020
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    Hi everyone

    I want to sell my Warwick Vampyre 5 SN bass.
    It is an amazing sounding bass and quite rare to find, since
    it was discontinued.. Unfortunately i have
    to decrease my Bass collection, so this one has to go.

    It is in really nice condition, has no dings or dongs - only some
    buckle rash at the back side from a previous owner. Luckily, it is nothing
    bad and the scratches are only on the surface, no finish damaged!
    It comes with a non original Hardcase.

    Here is the link to the photo gallery :


    My feedback on the basschat and bassic.de:

    Feedback for johnny1982

    Price is 1400 EUR shipped to EU

    I live in Switzerland, but i sent lots of Basses (50+) from Germany, where
    i have a second Address, so we can avoid extra Taxes and Fees, since Switzerland is not in EU.
    So - shipping is no problem and included in the Price.


    Construction: Set neck
    Machineheads: Warwick tuners
    Nut: Just-A-Nut III
    Neck Wood: Ovangkol
    Fretboard: Wenge fingerboard
    Scale length: 34" (long scale)
    Width Nut: 38,5 mm / 1.5"
    Width 12th fret: 54,0 mm / 2.1"
    Width 24th fret: 62,1 mm / 2.4"
    Fret quantity material and size: 26 Jumbo Bronze (extra hard)
    Body Shape: Curved
    Bodywood: Maple body
    Pickups: Active MEC J/TJ pickups
    Electronics: Active MEC 2-way electronics
    Bridge system: Warwick 2-piece bridge
    Strap system: Warwick security locks
    Construction: Set neck
    Hardware colour: Black hardware

    IMG_7641.jpg IMG_7647.jpg IMG_7645.jpg

    Last edited: Nov 27, 2020
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Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Stuff' started by Johnny1982, Nov 27, 2020.

    1. steembass
      those were really great basses!
      I ve once owned one. Great bass in live and studio situations!
      I just did not understand the “original” placement of the strap holder at the back of the upper horn! I did change to the “tip of the horn”...best ergonomics you can get with a WW!!:cool::):D
      Stainless likes this.
    2. Stainless
      True, i have owned a 4 string, but this strap holder placement was quite annoying. I was to scared to change the position. I would have needed the advice before selling it. Nowadays i would probably do so :D
      steembass likes this.
    3. steembass
      I just tried it...and it worked...maple body.:cool:
      Stainless likes this.
    4. steembass
      anybody wants to sell a Vampyre NT:cool::D:p