#1
I just saw them last night, and I noticed that Pete has a HS Warwick. Humbucker in the bridge position, Single Coil in the neck spot. Does Warwick sell models like this, or did he do the modification himself...? Also, it's of a comical note that Pete had a facial expression of diarrhea for the whole show

Yeah...this is pretty much a Streetlight discussion thread in disguise.
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I just saw them last night, and I noticed that Pete has a HS Warwick. Humbucker in the bridge position, Single Coil in the neck spot. Does Warwick sell models like this, or did he do the modification himself...? Also, it's of a comical note that Pete had a facial expression of diarrhea for the whole show

Yeah...this is pretty much a Streetlight discussion thread in disguise.



To get back on topic...


Yes. The Corvette and Streamer series basses have "Jazzman" models that have an angled single coil at the neck position, and a humbucker in the bridge.
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To get back on topic...


Yes. The Corvette and Streamer series basses have "Jazzman" models that have an angled single coil at the neck position, and a humbucker in the bridge.


The FNA or Streamer Jazzman.
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I saw them live (and they were ****ing amazing), but I don't know which bassist it was at the time. I think it might have been a Warwick, but I know it was definitely fretted and it was a 5-string.
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#7
saw them live, and personally found them completely bland and generic. but that's just my taste in music I guess.

this isn't even the first thread on this, but its the first thread in a long long while so I allow it. lol
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I saw them live (and they were ****ing amazing), but I don't know which bassist it was at the time. I think it might have been a Warwick, but I know it was definitely fretted and it was a 5-string.


They've had Pete for awhile now. He had the 5 string Warwick (Jazzman apparently), and he even started rocking the upright

Either way, I definitely have some new inspiration for learning walking basslines
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Yeah, I think there's something unique about his basslines. I can't tell what it is, but they seem to be more energetic and manic than most other bands.
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#10
I saw them live last August and it was the best live show I've been to yet. Their performance was amazing, the crowd was amazing and they ended with Here's to Life. The new album is also amazing so I can't wait for them to come back so I can go see them again.
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hey Confused4930 did you see them at Starland cuz I was there


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Amazing show, but the lack of Moment of Silence was disturbing
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#13
Interesting - someone recommended me that band at a party just last night. Funny timing.

Anyway, if there's a slanted J-pickup at the neck and an exposed-pole humbucker at the bridge, it's an Jazzman. They come in Streamer or FNA/Corvette flavours. The Corvette Taranis also has that layout.

Also, the Vampyre has that layout, but you'd know it's a Vampyre!

However, the Warwick custom shop makes all sorts of crazy basses, so don't rule that one out.
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#14
Woah, I was at Starland too. That upright thing was sweet! I totally didn't see a BOTAR section coming. It was amazingggg. That guy is one of my favorite bassists everrr.
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#15
I must admit though, I got so much more into Westbound Train than I did Streetlight. Westbound Train is pretty much the definition of "groove".
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