Warwick, known for its top-of-the-line basses, has outdone itself with two new limited edition models: the Masterbuilt Streamer Stage I LTD and the Teambuilt Pro Series Streamer LX LTD. Both are available as four- or five-string, and fretted or fretless, models.
Masterbuilt Streamer Stage I LTD
The Custom Shop edition of the Streamer is a sight to behold. A one-inch European ash burl top graces a solid swamp ash body, while the bass’ seven-piece neck is built with wenge and maple. A wenge or tigerstripe ebony fretboard—for fretted and fretless, respectively—completes the premium look.
Beauty isn’t only skin deep with this Streamer. Two Aguilar DC-D2 soapbars, wired to an Aguilar OBP-3 active preamp, promise the articulation, dynamism and sustain for which the third-party brand is known.
Warwick has spec’ed up all the other features of this instrument, too. From its neck-through construction to the two-piece brass bridge to the gleaming gold hardware, this Masterbuilt Streamer is more than a collector’s item—it’s a work of art.
The Masterbuilt Streamer Stage I LTD lists from EUR 6,299 to 6,598.
Teambuilt Pro Series Streamer LX LTD
Not much separates the Teambuilt Streamer LX from the Masterbuilt Streamer Stage I. It has an ash burl-topped swamp ash body, but with the bolt-on neck, you won’t get to admire the maple/wenge stripes of the Masterbuilt bass. The fretboard woods, however, are identical, as are the Aguilar pickups and preamp.
While certain other components—such as the nut, bridge and tuning pegs—are also not as luxe, this is still an instrument worthy of the top shelf.
The Teambuilt Pro Series Streamer LX LTD from EUR 2,823 to 2,941.
For more information, check out warwick.de.