Warwick GPS Corvette Double Buck 5 Electric Bass, 5-String (with Gig Bag)

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Ideal for the seasoned bass player, the Corvette Double Buck has two MEC MM-Style humbuckers placed in the center position to give you a low, booming growl.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Bolt-on neck Articulate, punchy, and easily modified.
MEC pickups Balanced, tight, raw tone; great harmonic response
Ovangkol body Wide and full midrange; smooth lows and highs
Wenge fretboard Hard wood with open grain for raw feel

The Warwick Corvette Double Buck is a well-rounded, super versatile German Made - Electric Bass Guitar. This bass is well suited for all styles of music for the seasoned Bass Player. Featuring two passive MEC MM-Style Humbucking Pickups placed in the center of the body, the Double Buck produces both thundering lows and articulate highs. Plus two 3-way mini-switches for separate configuration of the humbuckers (serial/parallel/single coil).


- Ovangkol Body
- Wenge fretboard
- Ovangkol Neck, 3 laminations
- Passive MEC MM-Style Humbucker Pickups
- Active MEC 2-Way Electronics
- Starline RockBag Gig Bag & Truss Rod Allen Key included

- Machine Heads: Warwick Machine Heads
- Nut: Just-A-Nut III
- Neck Wood: Ovangkol Neck Wood, 3 Laminations
- Fretboard: Wenge
- Side Dots: Fluorescent Side Dots
- Fingerboard Radius: 20”
- Scale Length: 34”
- Fret Material: 24 Jumbo Nickelsilver Frets
- Frets: Invisible Fretwork Technology
- Body Shape: Flat Body
- Body: 2-3 piece Ovangkol Body
- Pickups: Passive MEC MM-Style Humbucker Pickups
- Electronics: Active MEC 2-Way Electronics
- Pot Layout: Volume P/P / Balance / Treble / Bass
- Switch: Two 3-way mini-switches for (series / parallel / single coil)
- Bridge System: 2-piece Warwick Bridge system
- Strap System: Warwick Security Locks
- Construction: Bolt-on
- Hardware: Chrome
- Strings: Warwick Black Label Strings 045" - 105"
- Included Accessories: Starline RockBag Gig Bag & Truss Rod Allen Key

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 855-417-8677
Web: https://www.warwickbass.com/en/Warwick--Support.html

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (1 ratings)
Submitted April 21, 2022 by a customer from gmail.com

"Beautiful. Organic. Deadly."

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Looks/Feel - I originally wanted the black finish, but decided to jump on the lower priced option of a used, blemished (barely noticeable buckle rash) natural finish. The main thing that jumps out to me is the grainy woody texture you'd expect from something...well...made of wood. But the perfect balance of texture and silky smooth feel mixed with the light coat of bees wax recommended to protect and shine and protect the finish makes this instrument feel as organic and alive as the tree it was hewn from. Both hands feel completely relaxed and secure to both neck and body. The neck is thin, grainy and smooth, giving your fretting hand confidence to anchor when necessary and slide between the lower and upper frets with ease. The wrist/forearm has the same comfort on the body, neither sticky nor slippery. Playability - This is where the majestic beauty of this bass becomes that of a grizzly bear. Awe inspiring, natural and deadly. The double humbuckers matched with the five string just beg to be used side by side for a devastatingly woody growl that sounds like a tuba full of hornets. I've not even begun to utilize all the tonal options this thing posesses, but I've found richness, warmth and clarity just as well as deep, earthly rumbles that would probably warp the foundation if I cranked my amp up enough.Value - I'd not recommend anyone not dead set on playing bass to spend this much, but if your experienced and wish to improve and own a bass that can do just about anything forgivingly...this read more is and was worth the price. The only hang up being the initial confusion regarding the passive pups, active preamp and the controls operating them, something I'm still figuring out, but is a necessary evil due to the variety of tonal options available to mess with. This is a professional grade instrument with ease of access, adjustment and tonal variety in mind. I just wish I could play as well as this thing deserves.

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