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    I'm getting a Warwick Standard Bubinga Bass Guitar!

    Phenomenal deal for it too!
    I'll be paying 850$ for a bass that's normally AT LEAST $1,200 sometimes up to $1,500!
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    Very cool! We need some bass videos.

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    Then I shall add some when I get it!

    See I've been playing bass for six years....ON A UNIVOX PROFESSIONAL BASS.
    Man, I mean we've been through tons of stuff but it SUCKS.
    It's a knock-off of the Fender P Bass.

    My band is playing The Stone Pony in New Jersey (kinda big deal for NJ)
    So I have to use my cello money (yeah I was gonna buy a cello) to buy this instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson View Post
    I'm getting a Warwick Standard Bubinga Bass Guitar!

    Phenomenal deal for it too!
    I'll be paying 850$ for a bass that's normally AT LEAST $1,200 sometimes up to $1,500!
    I love love love Warwick bass'
    I must say, I am very jealous.

    A good friend of mine plays several Warwicks that I play all the time.
    He takes them for granted. I think I will always love the brand.

    We must see some videos of this beauty.
    Yes?


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    Curse you. Warwick is incredible! I am very jealous!

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    I already have a Warwick... You can buy it without hesitation!
    Everywhere, you have to plug it, and enjoy your playing!

    A long time ago I've made a slap video with my Corvette Standard :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKGWM-e2Jw4

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    I've looked at a lot of Warwicks, and my uncle has a 5 String Corvette which is a SWEET bass (too bad he lives in Texas and I'm in Colorado!). If I was in the market for a nice versatile sounding bass, I would seriously consider one. I don't think you can go wrong with one. I'd really love a Warwick fretless 5 string, but alas, the wife would kill me!

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