Watch The Making Of Justin Chancellor of Tool's Warwick Streamer Stage II Bass (VIDEO) - BassPlayer.com
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

Justin Chancellor is the bass player of the US progressive metal and alternative metal band, TOOL, from Los Angeles. Before that, Chancellor played bass with the metal band, Peach. After we already released detailed shots of Justin Chancellor’s new Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt Bass in July last year, today we present the MAKING OF video.

The Streamer Stage II is aesthetically very elegant, with Bubinga Pommelé body, Natural Oil Finish, gold hardware and custom made Nordstrand MM-style pickups. For the Hidden Neck construction, Wenge was combined with Afzelia stripes. Tigerstripe Ebony is used as the fingerboard wood. Illuminated fingerboard side dots increase the “accuracy” on dark stages.

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