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    Warwick Rockbass Corvette 4 Electric Bass Guitar

    Order your Warwick Rockbass Corvette 4 Electric Bass Guitar from AMS and enjoy 0% Interest Payment Plans, Free Shipping, Free Extended Warranty & 45 Day Money Back Guarantee.
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    The Warwick RockBass Corvette Basic Bass Guitar is beautifully made and delivers plenty of that characteristic low growl for which Warwick basses are famous. As with all Warwick basses, the RockBass Corvette is crafted from premium tonewoods throughout: an alder body and a maple neck with ekanga veneer and a rosewood fingerboard. Passive MEC JJ pickups and 4 control knobs provide great tone and flexible control in the studio and on stage.

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    Beautiful bass more than what I expected.
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    Beautiful design and finish. The sound is very versatile and it cuts thru the mix of drums and guitars. I did have to have mine set up properly it was lacking from the factory. It is a keeper.
    Robert S from Oceanside, CA, USA
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    Good Bass with good pickups
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    Nice looking Bass. Very light and easy to play. Passive pickups are surprisingly hot and have a lot of headroom for recording. Set up was pretty nice but needs a little love and the strings are pretty good. For the money it's a good Bass.Built well with good fret work. If there were more color choices it would be better. Sounds as good as any alder body with rosewood fretboard bass out there and plays better for a lot less than most. Corvettes did have bubinga body with wenge wood fretboard when they were German made and had a completely different sound. The double J pickups are always the better choice even with the German models. Passive is a preference depending on your needs and gear. I hope this helps someone because there wasn't a lot of reviews for this out there. Played it for many hrs now and it really is a good bass.
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