Warwick Introduces Machine Heads and Truss Rod Covers Made From Wood

Warwick Rolls Out Their New Line of Machine Heads and Truss Rod Covers Made of Wood
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Warwick Now Offers Machine Heads and Truss Rod Covers Made From Wood

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All “Hand Crafted Warwick Custom Shop” basses now have an even more sophisticated appearance. As of January 2015 these noble instruments are fitted with wooden machine heads. In addition, the model name is engraved in the wooden truss rod cover of these instruments.

Material for both is tailored to match each instrument's fingerboard, and available in the following versions:

- Tigerstripe Ebony

 - Rosewood

- Wenge

- Maple
- Flamed Maple
- Birdseye maple

- Snakewood

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For more information, visit Framus & Warwick: www.warwick.de

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