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Warwick Bootsy Collins Signature Bass

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Warwick Bootsy Collins

It looks set to be announced properly at NAMM but information is out about Warwick’s Bootsy Collins Infinity Signature Bass.  One thing’s for sure; it’ll get you noticed.

Based on the Warwick Infinity bass, the Bootsy signature is available in two flavours – the Black Star and the Orange Star.  Obviously enough, perhaps, the differences in the models are the colours of the stars in the finish – black on the Black Star (pictured) and orange on the Orange Star. Simple.

The bass has an through-neck in maple.  The body wings (hollow) are maple at the front and ogangkol at the back.  The rosewood fingerboard adds a touch of warmth and sports 24 frets.  The f-holes (almost disguised by the flames around them) show the semi-nature of the bass.  The star motif is continued up the fretboard with inlays and with a large star on the headstock.  The body finish, under those stars and flames, is silver-flake for maximum sparkle.

Power comes from an active MEC Jazz and a Twin-Jass pickup.  The MEC 3-band EQ lets you tweak to your heart’s content.

No information at Warwick’s site so far.  Thanks to Gear Vault for the story.

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Written by: Gerry Hayes
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