The former Pantera bassist's new model features active EMG pickups, Warwick electronics, and bronze frets.

RockBass Corvette Basic 8

Markneukirchen, Germany (August 22, 2017) --

RockBass Corvette Basic 8

This year, our popular brand RockBass presents a cost-effective and high-quality 8-string bass. The Warwick RockBass Corvette Basic 8-String is equipped with an alder body, bolt-on three-piece maple neck with Ekanga veneer stripes and Wenge fingerboard. The Warwick RockBass Corvette Basic 8-String is equipped with active MEC J pickups, chrome hardware and Nirvana Black Finish and is available exclusively in a fretted right-handed version. Available now.

RockBass Artist Line Rex Brown

The Warwick Rockbass Rex Brown Artist Line model will be available exclusively as a right-handed 4-string bass – either in Black Burst Transparent High Polish or Solid Black. The body is made of AAA quilted maple (top) and alder (back), while the neck-through design is made of maple. Additional details: Wenge fingerboard, 24 jumbo bronze frets with IFT - Invisible fretwork technology, block silver inlays, special skull inlay at 12th fret, active EMG X pickups (P neck and J Bridge), active Warwick 2-band electronics, and controls for volume (P/P for active/passive) / balance / treble bass stacked. Available now.

For international pricing, please contact your local distributor or dealer.

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