Warwick Press Release – MAKING OF Video: Dolphin Pro I – Swamp Ash Body #16-3189
From raw wood to finished instruments: In our MAKING OF videos we show the production of Warwick Masterbuilt basses at the Custom Shop in Markneukirchen / Germany.
Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt Dolphin Pro I – Swamp Ash Body #16-3189
What a composition: spectacular curved body shaping, “Rainbow” front & side LED dot and dolphin fingerboard inlays, gold hardware and White Transparent Finish. Today, our MAKING OF video shows the creation of another Custom Shop masterpiece: a Warwick Masterbuilt Dolphin Pro I 4 string bass with Swamp Ash Body and hidden Wenge neck. Swamp Ash is also used for the matching headstock, the three-dimensional White Transparent Finish decorates both front and back and also the headstock of this unique instrument.
26 extra-hard jumbo bronze frets are precisely set into the Wenge fingerboard with IFT (Invisible Fretwork Technology). Active MEC J/TJ pickups are used in combination with active Warwick 2-way electronics. The integrated lithium battery can be recharged via USB cable without having to unscrew the wooden cover. Other hardware details include: Just-A-Nut III brass nut, 2-piece solid Warwick brass bridge, and Warwick Security Locks. A handmade leather RockBag® is included.
Musically, this MAKING OF video is underlined by Alberto Rigoni and his tune ‘Trying To Forget’. Please spread the following MAKING OF video online:
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