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This gorgeous 5-string from Warwick is in excellent condition. After careful examination, only one noticeable blemish stood out on the reverse butt-end of the body and we have included a photo for your review. The bass includes a Rockbag gig bag and tool kit from Warwick in the zipper compartment as well. Save some money over new on this amazing piece in near new condition! Please see the manufacturer specifications below.

Warwick’s Only Neck-through Pro Series Bass

When it comes to modern bass guitars, Warwick is an undisputed industry champion with a proven record of innovative and beautiful instruments. This German-made Warwick Pro Series 5 Streamer Stage I features Warwick's full spread of classic features — from choice tonewoods like cherry and wenge to active pickups and unique in-house hardware, it's all brought into harmonic unity through passionate craftsmanship and advanced German engineering. This version of the Streamer is Warwick’s only Pro Series model to feature a neck-through construction for more musical tone and exceptional 5-string sustain.

Modern tonewoods carved to perfection

Each piece of wood that goes into the Streamer Stage I is hand selected for beauty and weight, then CNC-carved to perfection. US-grown cherry makes up the Streamer Stage I’s solid resonant body. This underrated tonewood has exceptional and clear transparency that echoes the best traits of mahogany and maple. The neck features flame maple with a comfortable "C" profile and a neck-through design that enhances string vibrations. Topping it all off is a wenge fingerboard crafted with Warwick’s Invisible Fretwork Technology. This unique process ensures precision fret placement for perfect intonation that is matchless in the world of bass.

Active pickups

The Warwick Streamer Stage I features two active J-style pickups and a powerful MEC preamp with a 2-band EQ for treble and bass. These pickups offer versatile spreads of 5-string tones ranging from rumbling lows to mellow highs. Simply use the balance knob to dial in a core tone using either pickup (or both) and adjust the bass and treble EQ knobs as needed. These MEC pickups are wonderfully transparent and let the Streamer's tonewoods shine, but they also take well to driving tones for pop, rock, metal, and more. For additional flexibility, the volume knob also offers a push-pull switch for total bypass of the active preamp and a passive-style tone.

In-house hardware

Making in-house hardware isn’t cost effective, but Sweetwater bassists think you’ll hear the difference in Warwick's approach. The Streamer's proprietary hardware includes a chrome-finished brass nut and bridge. Brass delivers richer, clearer tone than other conventional nut and bridge materials, and is more inline with traditional materials used in brass instruments for centuries. Similarly, fingerboard frets are crafted from bell bronze, resulting in a bell-like musicality and a longer fret lifespan than nickel frets.

Warwick: a triumph of German engineering

Hans Peter Wilfer founded the family-owned Warwick brand in 1982. Since then, Warwick has spread globally with endorsers like John Entwistle of The Who, Adam Clayton of U2, Robert Trujillo of Metallica, Bootsy Collins, P-Nut of 311, and many more spanning any style you can imagine. Warwick takes pride in channeling inspiration from classic German instrument makers and marrying it with execution and production rooted in modern German engineering techniques. Warwick boasts worldwide recognition but maintains artisan output with only a few thousand Pro Series basses made each year. The forward-thinking company also takes pride in its eco-friendly measures. Warwick was one of the early adopters of FSC sustainable wood practices and even put their extra wood scraps to use as fuel for green energy on-site at their plant in Germany.

Warwick Pro Series 5 Streamer Stage I Bass Guitar Features:

  • 5-string bass guitar with CNC-carved body made from US-sourced cherry
  • Flame maple neck with comfortable “C” profile and a natural finish
  • Steel reinforced neck-through design reduces upper-register fret buzz while enhancing tone and sustain
  • Wenge fingerboard with a 34-inch scale and 24 brass frets for 2 octaves per string
  • MEC active J-style pickups with 2-band EQ, blend, and volume controls
  • Push-pull option for bypassing the active preamp
  • Chrome-finished brass nut and bridge deliver rich tone and superior vibrational transfer from strings to body
  • Frets crafted from bell bronze for superior resonance and rich overtones with a longer lifespan than nickel fretwire
  • Proprietary Invisible Fretwork Technology process creates a perfectly intonated fingerboard free of fret sprout
  • Florescent side markers offer 6–8 minutes of glow in total darkness and are self-charging
  • Warwick tuners with a stunning 20:01 ratio allow for incredibly precise tuning
  • Made in Germany

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • German Pro Series Streamer Stage I 5
Finish
  • Natural Transparent
Categories
Year
  • 2010s
Finish Style
  • Satin
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Neck Material
  • Maple
Pickup Configuration
  • Split-Coil / S
Number of Strings
  • 5-String
Active / Passive Pickups
  • Active
Color Family
  • Tan
  • Natural
Fretboard Material
  • Wenge
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Number of Frets
  • 24

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