Gear Watch: Warwick’s Adam Clayton Reverso Signature Bass

Adam Clayton Reverso Signature BassAdam Clayton has teamed up with the Marcus Spangler and the makers at Warwick to create a bold new bass: the Adam Clayton Reverso Signature Bass. With a unique body design and high quality features, this bass is sure to turn heads.

The body, which is a Warwick Stryker reversed, is made of Khaya Mahogany with a 5A quilted maple top and headstock, and features a tiger stripe ebony fingerboard with red LEDs on the edge for orientation on dark stages. The bass’s electronics include an active MEC P split coil pickup to capture the tone, and new passive MEC electronics that were co-developed with Clayton allow for separate reduction of high and low frequencies to get his signature sound.

The Details:

  • Neck-through design
  • 4-string
  • Quilted maple matched headstock
  • Mahogany body with 5A quilted maple top
  • 3A flamed maple neck
  • Tiger stripe ebony fingerboard
  • Mother-of-pearl trapeze inlays
  • Red side LEDs on neck
  • 34” long scale
  • 24 frets
  • Active MEC P split coil pickup
  • Passive MEC electronics
  • Stacked tone control for separate reduction of low and high frequencies
  • Natural satin finish
  • Warwick tuners
  • Warwick 2-piece bridge
  • Warwick security locks
  • Chrome hardware
  • Just-A-Nut III brass nut
  • Warwick EMP Strings .045”.105”
  • Includes Warwick “User Kit” and RockCase© Flight Case
  • Includes certificate

For more information, visit Warwick’s web site.

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