WARWICK – PANTERA Bassist Rex Brown Gets a Signature RockBass

Warwick Rex Brown

Former Pantera bassist Rex Brown is one helluva badass, and he teamed up with German bass company Warwick for a signature model. Featuring a “Reverso” body, skull inlay, and a “Rex”-engraved truss rod cover, the instrument is certainly one-of-a-kind. Check out the complete list of specs pulled straight from Warwick:

Matched Headstock: Black with “W” Acryl Logo
Machineheads: Warwick Machineheads
Nut: Just-A-Nut III Tedur
Neck Wood: Maple neck
Fretboard: Wenge
Inlay: Block Inlays Silver / Special Skull Inlay at 12 th fret
Fluorescent Side Dot: No
Fingerboard Radius: 20″
Scale length: 864 mm / 34″ (Longscale)
Width Nut: 38,5 mm / 1.5″
Width 12th fret: 54,0 mm / 2.1″
Width 24th fret: 62,1 mm / 2.4″
Fret quantity material and size: Jumbo Bronze (extra hard) frets (width: 2.9 mm / height: 1.3 mm)
Frets:
Body Shape:
Bodywood (Topwood / Backwood): AAA Flamed Maple veneer top/Alder back for Sunburst Finiah and Solid Alder for Black Solid HP
Pickups: Active EMG X P(neck), active EMG X J (bridge)
Electronics: Active MEC 2 way electronic
Pot layout: Volume (P/P for active/passive) / Balance / Treble Bass stacked
Switch:
Function of switch:
Pickguard:
Bridge system: 2 pcs. Warwick Bridge
Strap system: Warwick Security locks
Construction: Neck-through
Color Possibilities Righthand: Only available as fretted version in Black Solid High Polish and Burgundy Blackburst Transparent High Polish
Color Possibilities Lefthand: No lefthand version available

No fretless lefthand version available

Hardware colour: Chrome
String label / gauges: Warwick Red Strings: 045″ – 105″ (42200M)
Weight:
included accessories:
Packing: RockBag Deluxe: RB 20503 B LH
Certificate: No Custom Shop Options possible

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[via Bass Player]

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