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MAKING THE INSTRUMENT – Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt Infinity NT

From raw wood to finished instruments: MAKING THE INSTRUMENT video shows the production of Warwick Masterbuilt basses at the Custom Shop in Markneukirchen / Germany.

Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt Infinity NT – Flamed Maple Top – Dual Colored Fretboard #17-3728

The dual colored Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard, the matching trussrod cover and the different colors of the machine heads of this masterpiece are the first things that stand out, then the two sound holes. But also this Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt Infinity NT doesn’t only want to please with its aesthetic appearance, but of course also like all instruments from the Markneukirchen Custom Shop with highest quality woods, hardware and manufacturing, as well as excellent playability and sounds.

The contoured body of this unique Infinity NT consists of US Swamp Ash, top and matching headstock of AAAA Flamed Maple. The neck is made of Flamed Maple, with three stripes of Ekanga. The neck is set-in according to the “Hidden Neck-Through”-principle. 24 extra hard Jumbo frets made of bronze were inserted into the fingerboard by IFT – Invisible Fretwork Technology and perfectly set up by Plek Fretwork. Further equipment details include: height-adjustable Just-A-Nut III brass nut, Yin Yang fingerboard inlays, Warwick machines with D-tuner, active MEC J/TJ pickups, active Warwick 3-way electronics with Lithium battery that can be recharged like a mobile phone via USB, controls for volume & balance stacked / Mid P/P for active/passive / treble & bass stacked, mini switch for split coil function, 2-piece solid Warwick brass bridge, Dunlop Straplock® System, gold hardware, natural transparent high polish finish and Warwick EMP Strings 045″ – 105″. 

Included is a Warwick User Kit, a hand crafted genuine RockBag® leather bag, and an individually issued certificate of authenticity. 

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