Introduced in 1996, the Streamer LX bass is a core part of Warwick’s line-up. With renowned players such as Mike Inez (Alice in Chains), Stuart Zender (Jamiroquai) and Rob Trujillo (Metallica) using them, you know they’re incredibly good instruments. Now in 2021, Warwick have introduced a limited edition Streamer LX featuring a Black Korina body, roasted flame maple neck, and Bartolini Soapbar pickups!
This bass pairs passive Bartolini Soapbar pickups with active MEC electronics. With this configuration you get thick, full-sounding lows with excellent clarity in the highs. With two pickups to blend as you wish and active electronics for precise tone shaping, the Streamer LX is a versatile bass that can handle a wide range of styles.
For this limited edition model, Warwick have gone with a Black Korina body which gives it a natural yet striking appearance with its well-defined grain pattern. The body is paired with a beautiful roasted maple neck with Ekanga veneer stripes which is topped off with Pau Ferro fingerboard. The fingerboard has a flat 20" radius and features 24 jumbo brass frets.
- Body: Solid Black Korina
- Neck: Roasted Flamed Maple Neck with Ekanga Veneer Stripes
- Configuration: 4-String
- Fretboard: Pau Ferro
- Fretboard Inlays: Abalone Dot
- Fretboard Radius: 20"
- Frets: 24 Brass Jumbo
- Scale: 34” (Long Scale)
- Pickups: Passive Bartolini Soapbar
- Active MEC 3-Way Electronics
- Controls: Volume (Push/Pull) / Balance / Mid / Treble and Bass (stacked)
- Warwick 2-Piece 3D Bridge and Tailpiece
- Warwick security locks
- Nut: "Just-A-Nut III" Tedur Nut
- Nut Width: 1.5"
- Warwick Machine Heads
- Hardware: Black
- Weight: 4.1 kg
- Made in Germany