After introducing the custom shop version in May, Warwick has made good on their promise to bring the Adam Clayton Streamer CV Signature bass to their mid-priced Rockbass Artist Line. The bass, which Warwick describes as the “little brother” of the custom shop model, carries many of the same features while being manufactured in the company’s Chinese factory.
It’s built with an alder body, a maple neck, and a maple fretboard holding 21 jumbo bronze frets. The body is finished in Cream White with a black pickguard to give it a retro look, while its passive Seymour Duncan P pickup makes it sound the part as well. Other features include passive MEC electronics, Warwick Hardware, and black block inlays.
Warwick says the Rockbass Adam Clayton Artist Line Bass will be shipping in September with a street price around $799.99.
Warwick Adam Clayton Streamer CV Signature Bass Specs:
|Neck Construction:||Bolt on|
|Machine heads:||Warwick Machine Heads|
|Nut:||Warwick Just a Nut III|
|Scale Length:||864 mm / 34″|
|Fret material:||21 Jumbo Bronze (extra hard) frets (Width: 2.9 mm / Height: 1.3 mm)|
|Fingerboard Inlays:||Black Block Inlays|
|Fingerboard Radius:||9 1/2″ / 241 mm|
|Pickup:||Passive Seymour Duncan P Pickup|
|Electronics:||Passive MEC Electronics|
|Layout:||Volume / Bass / Treble|
|Bridge System:||Warwick 2 pcs. Bridge|
|Strap Locks:||Warwick Security locks|
|Packing:||Deluxe RockBag® (RB 20505 B)|
|Finish:||Creme White High Polish|
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