Warwick Bass Guitars at The Music Room
Warwick is a German bass guitar manufacturer. Founded in 1982 by Hans-Peter Wilfer in Erlangen, Bavaria, Warwick practices carbon-neutral manufacturing using natural gas and solar energy sources located onsite. Additionally, all wood used in manufacturing is certified sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council. Warwick basses are endorsed by artists of varying styles and genres worldwide, and the company produces signature models for bassists including Jack Bruce, Adam Clayton, and Bootsy Collins. Here at The Music Room, our employees are happy to help you select the perfect Warwick bass.
Rockbass Streamer Standard 4/5 string
The Warwick Rockbass Streamer Standard features two passive MEC Vintage humbuckers, a volume control for each, and a tone control. This model, available in natural satin and black high polish 4-string versions as well as a natural satin 5-string configuration, is well-balanced and designed with the modern bassist in mind. Specifications include a 24-fret maple neck with ekanga veneer stripes, a rosewood fingerboard, extra-hard jumbo bronze frets, Carolina pine body construction, and a two-piece Warwick bridge. The Streamer Standard is a formidable and sturdy offering at a reasonable price point from a respected manufacturer and an excellent choice for players of all skill levels.
Rockbass Corvette Basic Passive 4
The Rockbass Corvette Basic features passive electronics, an MEC J/J pickup configuration, and controls for volume, balance, bridge tone, and neck tone. Available in a 4-string version with natural satin finish, the Corvette Basic is remarkably comfortable and responsive, in addition to offering the player an expansive tonal palette. Specifications include a 24-fret maple neck with ekanga veneer stripes, a rosewood fingerboard, extra high (1.3 mm) jumbo nickel silver frets, alder body construction, and a two-piece Warwick bridge. The Corvette Basic should be a serious consideration for the bassist looking for both versatility and finesse from their instrument, with the added benefit of a modern ergonomic design.