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Watch The Making of a Warwick Streamer LX Bass From Start to Finish (VIDEO)

From raw wood to finished instruments: In our MAKING OF videos we show the production of Warwick Masterbuilt basses at the Custom Shop in Markneukirchen / Germany.
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From raw wood to finished instruments: In our MAKING OF videos we show the production of Warwick Masterbuilt basses at the Custom Shop in Markneukirchen / Germany. 

The 5-string Warwick Streamer LX # 16-3151 looks majestic with its spectacularly textured Curved Body made of Birdseye Poplar (Top), lightweight Swamp Ash (Back) and bolt-on Wenge neck with White Ebony fretboard. Colorstorm Burgundy Blackburst is the name of this fantastic High Polish Finish, which supports the wood grain and makes it look three-dimensional. The instrument is equipped with Warwick tuners with wooden knobs, illuminated fretboard side dots, Warwick Just-A-Nut III brass nut, 24 extra hard bronze frets (IFT – Invisible Fretwork Technology), two active MEC Soapbar pickups, active Warwick 2-band electronics with via USB port rechargeable lithium battery (without removing the matching wooden electronics compartment cover), controls for volume (p/p), balance, treble and bass, 2-piece solid Brass Warwick Bridge, Warwick Security Locks, chrome hardware, Natural High Polish Finish and Warwick EMP Strings 045" – 135". A handcrafted leather bag by RockBag® protects this masterpiece. 

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