Warwick Introduces Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68 Bass

Warwick Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68 Bass

Warwick has unveiled the Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68, a custom shop bass inspired by the General Motors 1968 Model Corvette Stingray. The hot-rodded bass shares the car’s style with a Candy Apple red finish and an airbrushed aluminum center section while the Corvette name is inlaid into the tigerstripe ebony fingerboard.

Available in 4-, 5-, and 6-string versions, the bass features neck through construction with a swamp ash body and maple neck. Electronics include a pair of MEC passive MM style humbuckers matched with an active MEC 2-band EQ.

The Warwick Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68 is available now. For pricing and more info, visit the Warwick website.

Warwick Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68 Specs:

Warwick Corvette $$ NT Special Edition 68 Bass back

  • Construction: Neck Through
  • Machineheads: Warwick
  • Nuts: Just-A-Nut III Brass
  • Neck Wood: Maple
  • Fingerboard Wood: Tigerstripe ebony
  • Fingerboard Inlays: Corvette custom inlays
  • Fingerboard Radius: 20?
  • Scale Length: 34?
  • Frets: 24
  • Body Wood: Swamp Ash
  • Pickups: MEC passive MM style H/H
  • Electronics: Active MEC 2 band
  • Bridge System: Warwick standard 2 pcs
  • Strap Locks: Warwick security Lock
  • Hardware colour: Chrome
  • Finish: Candy Apple Red with Elaborate Airbrush Design

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  1. If it is modeled after a ’68, that neck inlay is a few decades off. I love Warwick basses (used to play a Thumb) and have owned many Vettes. This is, to me, goofy. I can’t imagine taking that to a gig.

  2. While it’s a great looking bass, it has nothing at all to do with the ’68 Corvette. Candy Apple Red was not a factory color in 1968, and the “CORVETTE” neck inlay is not the same logo/font as was used in ’68.

  3. the only thing I don’t really like is the corvette inlay. problem: for that price I better love every detail.

  4. Maybe someone at Warwick own a candy-red 68 Vette they are trying to write off as a business expense? hahahaha

  5. Big LOL! Warwick fenderise itself…..

  6. Is he demonstrating the bass or showing of his playing? There are two switches and 4 control knobs on that thing. Isn’t there anything to say or demonstrate about them?

  7. Shouldn’t the guy actually be playing the BASS?