Germany’s Warwick have released a slew of new products around the January NAMM show, including the Alien Thinline Acoustic Bass, the Limited Edition RockBass and Masterbuilt models, and new Teambuilt Idolmaker basses.
The Idolmaker is available in four and five string versions and features a carved mahogany body, bolt-on wenge neck, wenge fingerboard in fretted models or tigerstripe ebony fingerboard on fretless models, passive MEC vintage pickups and active Warwick electronics. The RockBass Corvette Taranis is a four string bass with an ash body and an extra long 35” scale. It has a bolt-on maple neck, wenge fingerboard and active EMG Soapbar pickups. The Warwick RockBass Infinity is available in both four and five string versions, as well as fretted or fretless. The Warwick RockBass and Alien Deluxe Thinline Hybrid will also be available as a four string or five string, and fretted or fretless basses. A Shadow Nanomagnetic fingerboard pickup is combined with a piezo system under the bridge for a natural sound.
Warwick are distributed in Australia via Amber Technology.