#1
So ive had my bass (its my first) for MONTHS, and, unfortunatly, ive never posted pics here for people to enjoy! So, here they are! (better late then never eh?)


god i hope they post. Lets wait and see!

Edit: god damnit it didnt work. - hang on for a sec dudes, i got this....

Edit by zakkwyldefan79: I edited it so that the pics show up instead of links.




Quote by thunderbritches
I would still call him a regular musician...just a very irregular person lol

Warwick Pro Series Corvette
Hartke HA 3500
Genz Benz LS410
Last edited by Cantplay4penuts at Oct 16, 2011,
#4
Quote by Deliriumbassist
German 'Wick?

Pro Series, so Korea. Still very very beautiful. imo
'10 model i think
Quote by thunderbritches
I would still call him a regular musician...just a very irregular person lol

Warwick Pro Series Corvette
Hartke HA 3500
Genz Benz LS410
#8
Quote by Deliriumbassist
If the serial numbers are like the Deutsch versions, there will be a letter at the beginning, then 5 or 6 numbers, then two separate numbers. The last numbers are the year (10=2010), and the letter- A is Jan, B is Feb etc.


Yeah, i read up on that. There are 4 letters at the beginning on mine. WPS L *numbers* 10
I assume WPS is Warwick pro series...

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Wow thats beautiful man!
I shed a tear :'(


Thanks man!
Quote by thunderbritches
I would still call him a regular musician...just a very irregular person lol

Warwick Pro Series Corvette
Hartke HA 3500
Genz Benz LS410
#10
I must give it a present!
I should give it a wax/oil and fresh set of strings! Maybe some other goodies!
Quote by thunderbritches
I would still call him a regular musician...just a very irregular person lol

Warwick Pro Series Corvette
Hartke HA 3500
Genz Benz LS410
#12
Welcome to the Corvette family .

If you don't mind my asking why did you pick the Korean model over a used German one?
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1967 Fender Coronado Bass II
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#13
Quote by consecutive e
Welcome to the Corvette family .

If you don't mind my asking why did you pick the Korean model over a used German one?


I was looking at a used German one, Had a couple scratches, not that that bothered me. I went to the store, and they had Rockbasses for 1200 (wtf i know). So i hoped on Ebay, and this was 1300. Got it. Customs hit me with 250 or so in tax, and i still saved on full price!
I prob should have got a used German bass, but didnt find one.

Thanks
Quote by thunderbritches
I would still call him a regular musician...just a very irregular person lol

Warwick Pro Series Corvette
Hartke HA 3500
Genz Benz LS410
Last edited by Cantplay4penuts at Oct 16, 2011,
#14
>.<.....boner. nice bass, dude happy nbd
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#15
Welcome to the family of 'wicks. A Pro-series is still better than the rockbasses. MEC active pups, 2 piece bridge, and a better look, IMO. This thread makes me want a backup for mine.
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#16
Very nice, I do love a good Warwick.
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