Warwick is following up on the release of the Jack Bruce Survivor bass, with a new Artist Series edition.
Made in Korea, the Jack Bruce Artist Series bass offers many similarities to its German-made counterpart, but at a fraction of the price.
Reminiscent of Bruce’s bass from his Cream days, the new model features neck-through construction with a mahogany body, mahogany neck and Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard.
The pickups are a pair of passive MEC Vintage single-coils that are matched with MEC 2-way electronics. The controls are Volume, Balance, and a stacked Treble/Bass knob.
Hardware on the bass includes Warwick’s 2-piece bridge, security locks, and Just a Nut III.
The Warwick Jack Bruce Artist Series Bass will be available soon with a street price of $1,499. For more info, visit the Warwick site.
Warwick Jack Bruce Artist Series Specs:
|Available only as 4-string version|
|Available only as right handed version|
|Fretted and fretless version available|
|Warwick Machine heads|
|Just a Nut III|
|34″ (long scale)|
|Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard|
|Finish Available In: Burgundy Red Stain High Polish and Nirvana Black Stain High Polish|
|Passive MEC Vintage Singlecoil|
|Active MEC 2-way electronics|
|Volume P/P / Balance / Treble/Bass stacked|
|Warwick 2-pieces bridge|
|Warwick security locks|
|Chrome hardware color|
|Weight: 8.6 lbs|
|Warwick Red Label 4-string: 045″ – 105″|
|Deluxe RockBag Included|