Nbd: another german

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Aussie Mark
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Re: Nbd: another german

Post by Aussie Mark » 23 May 2018, 16:30

I thought you were moving away from Jazz basses?

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Re: Nbd: another german

Post by Heath » 23 May 2018, 22:42

no reason i cant expand the collection haha, gotta have one from different makers, may get swapped out for a streamer or thumb one day but has definately been a good introduction to warwick
Cole Clarke LL5, Yamaha 425x, Warwick Corvette5, Fender CS 57P, Musicman Sabre, Sandberg Ida
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Re: Nbd: another german

Post by Heath » 24 May 2018, 08:41

Question though, when waxing your Warwick (haha in your endo) do you wax the fingerboard/neck too? Or just the body?
Cole Clarke LL5, Yamaha 425x, Warwick Corvette5, Fender CS 57P, Musicman Sabre, Sandberg Ida
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Re: Nbd: another german

Post by narcdor » 24 May 2018, 11:31

You don't need to wax the neck or fingerboard if they are wenge or ovangkol as they are hard woods that are naturally oily. Natural maple necks yes, natural maple/afzelia/bubinga bodies yes. Unless they have a coloured oil or sealed body obviously.
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