The 5-string Warwick Streamer Rockbass Standard is a remarkable entry-level electric bass guitar with exceptional sound and playability usually found only in higher end basses. The solid carolena body... Click To Read More About This Product
The 5-string Warwick Streamer Rockbass Standard is a remarkable entry-level electric bass guitar with exceptional sound and playability usually found only in higher end basses. The solid carolena body, hardly ever found on basses in this price range, delivers a range of exceptional, pleasing tones and incredible sustain.
Hardware on Warwick's Streamer Rockbass is top notch, and its 1-piece bridge provides great action for beginners and experienced players alike. A classic bass shape, 2 MEC soapbar pickups, a maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard combine to create an aesthetically pleasing bass guitar that is as enjoyable to play as it is to behold.
The construction quality of this Warwick bass is matched by the quality of the materials used. The maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, combined with the classic Streamer body shape, leave you with an aesthetically pleasing 5-string bass that sets a new standard for basses in this price range.
Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
Scale length: 34" (long scale)
Fingerboard radius: 4-string = 400 mm (16"), 5-string = 500 mm (20")
1 MEC Vintage humbucker
High Polish Finish
Warwick machine heads
Warwick two-piece bridge
Warwick security locks
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Comments about Warwick Rockbass Streamer Standard 5-String Electric Bass Guitar:
I like this bass, but a couple of craftsmanship problems have made me take away a star. Firstly, the strap locks are not reliable. The spring that is supposed to lock it into place doesn't always fully extend, and when this happens it's a pain to fix it. I have to go get some WD-40, use something to depress the spring, spray in the lubricant, and manually engage / disengage the lock several times before it will work again. Then the bass smells like ether, which to me, is bad. The other problem is that the volume / tone knobs pop off too easily, they are too loose. Other than that, I like this bass. It doesn't get a wide range of tones, meaning I can't tell much difference when I play with the tone knobs on it. Overall I am happy with it as a first bass.