NAMM 2020: Warwick announces the RockBass Corvette Multi-Scale 5-String

The manufacturer steps into the world of fanned frets.

NAMM 2020: Warwick has updated their Corvette range of bass guitars with a fan-fret model, announcing the RockBass Corvette Multi-Scale 5-String.

The bass features a 35.5” to 34” scale-length, with 24 fanned frets. The red-alder body sports a maple burl top and a Nirvana Black transparent satin finish. It’s loaded with passive MEC soapbar pickups. The bolt-on neck is maple, with a wenge fingerboard and no inlays.

The Warwick RockBass Corvette Multi-Scale 5 String's Neck.
The Warwick RockBass Corvette Multi-Scale 5 String’s neck. Image: Warwick

Advertisement

The electronics are Warwick’s active RockBass 2-way electronics, equipped with volume, balance, treble and bass controls – as well as two mini-switches for switching the humbuckers between serial, one coil and parallel modes.

Other appointments include Warwick machine heads, straplocks, a 2-piece Warwick bridge, chrome hardware and Warwick RED strings and. The RockBass Corvette Multi-Scale 5-String is available as a right-handed model only.

Find out more at Warwick.de. Keep up to date with what’s on show at NAMM with our rundown here. For more gear news, click here.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Trending

Advertisement