Manual for all
Warwick Custom Shop
Masterbuilt Models
ENGLISH
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Markneukirchen in May 2017
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on your new instrument made by Warwick. Without a doubt it is the right decision
if you value the unmistakable sound of a Warwick bass and the quality and precision of German
craftsmanship.
Innovation, taking risks, the most state-of-the-art technology and endless dedication and diligence by
all of Warwick’s collaborators have, over the years, created instruments that are cherished by enthusiasts worldwide. Furthermore they serve as models for many other manufacturers. Successful international musicians have sworn by their Warwick instruments and their “Sound of Wood” for decades.
Today, Warwick designs are already classics and while still respecting their humble beginnings, innovation is always taking place. Custom models, with their unusual wood, pickup and color variations
as well as the different finishes, have the power to make the heart of every bass player in the world
beat stronger.
Satisfied customers and continuous worldwide success show that Warwick has a winning philosophy.
The customer is always first when it comes to success and with your purchase, you receive the best
possible product and the best possible customer service from us.
We wish you a lot of fun with your new Warwick bass.
Sincerely yours,
Hans-Peter Wilfer
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Index
1) Tuners - Stringing / Tuning Procedure
5/6
2) Truss Rod Cover / Truss Rod Adjustment
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3) Nut / Bridge
8/9
4) Strings
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5) Pickups
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6) Electronics for all Models
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Adam Clayton Signature
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Buzzard JE Signature
10
Corvette $$
11
Corvette $$ NT
11
Dolphin Pro I
11
Hellborg Signature
11
Infinity
12
Jack Bruce Survivor Signature
12
Jäcki Reznicek Signature
12
Katana
12
P-Nut III Signature
13
Robert Trujillo Signature
13
Star Bass II and SC
13
Steve Bailey Signature
13
Streamer CV
14
Streamer Jazzman
14
Streamer LX / Sklar Bass I 14
Streamer Stage I and II
14
Streamer $$
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Stuart Zender Signature
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Stu Hamm Signature
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Thumb 15
Thumb BO
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Thumb SC
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Triumph
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Vampyre
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7) Tips for Body, Neck and Fingerboard Care
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8) Electronic Compartment
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9) Charging the battery system
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10) Installation and application of the Security Locks
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11) User Kit
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12) Warranty / Customer Service
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1) Tuners - Stringing / Tuning Procedure
Tuners:
All Warwick basses come standard equipped with high quality precision tuners (20:1 ratio). Warwick
tuners feature a sealed, self-lubricating gear that warrants high tuning stability and needs no
maintenance.
The tuners are installed slanted facing the
player to improve ergonomics and handling.
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The turning resistance of the tuners can be
adjusted using a Philips head screwdriver.
Stringing / Tuning Procedure:
Place the ball end of the string on the
bridge string holder. Hold down the ball
end and feed the string to the tuner.
Cut the string approximately 8 cm (3.2")
behind the tuner. You’ll need this excess
length for the windings around the tuner’s
post.
The tuner’s post has a slot with a hole in
the center. Put the string in that hole before
you start winding. This system avoids the
string poking out to the side of the tuner
and stabilizes the winding and thus the
tuning.
Tighten the string while winding it around the
post. This avoids string slippage and
increases tuning stability.
2 - 4 windings around the post are ideal for
good tuning and stability.
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2) Truss Rod Cover / Truss Rod Adjustment
Truss Rod Cover:
The truss rod cover of a Warwick bass gives you quick access to the truss rod. You’ll need a Phillips
head screwdriver to loosen the three screws and take off the cover.
Truss Rod Adjustment:
A neck is set up correctly if it has a slight forward bow. You can easily verify this by pressing the
lowest string at the 1st and last fret and measuring the distance between the fret and the string at the
7th fret: it should read between 0.6 and 1 mm (0.02“-0.04“). This value is independent from the action
(height) setup of each individual string.
clockwise = back bow
counterclockwise = forward bow
Turning the truss rod key clockwise will tighten the truss rod and give the neck a back bow. The
fretboard flattens. Turning the truss rod key counterclockwise will loosen the truss rod and give the
neck a forward bow. These adjustments should be done in small steps of 1/4 to 1/2 turn because the
neck’s reaction is not instantaneous. You should check the results after approximately one hour and
probably check again the following day. Readjust the truss rod if needed.
Particularly during the changing of seasons or during strong weather fluctuations you should pay
attention to the neck’s setup and the corresponding truss rod adjustment, as changes in humidity and
temperature can affect the neck.
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3) Nut / Bridge
Nut:
The Just-A-Nut III has been standard on Warwick basses since 2007. In June 2011 Warwick introduced the Just a Nut III Brass. Since January 2011 all of our Warwick „Masterbuild • Handcrafted in
Germany“ instruments come equipped with the Just a Nut III Brass.
Use the included 1.5 mm (0.06“) allen
wrench to adjust the string’s height at the
nut.
Just-A-Nut III Brass Nut
Tip:
Press down the string at the 3rd fret.
Check the distance between the first fret
and the string. It shouldn’t read more than
0.3 mm (0.01“), which equals the thickness
of a business card.
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Bridge:
The Warwick 3-D Bridge features additional adjustments on the top of the floating bridge: Intonation, string spacing as well as individual string saddle height adjustment to accommodate the
fingerboard’s radius.
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1
3
4
5
1.
First loosen the locking screw (1) with the included 2.5 mm (0.1“) Allen wrench, the bridge is now
unlocked and can be adjusted with the adjustment screws (2).
2.
To adjust the height of each individual string saddle as well as adjusting the string spacing, loosen the locking screws (3) with the included 1.5 mm (0.06“) Allen wrench. The saddle can now
be moved sideways to the left or right to obtain the desired string spacing.
3.
In this step you can also adjust the height of each individual string saddle, using the 1.5 mm
(0.06“) Allen wrench on the height adjustment screws (4). Ideally the strings heights follow the
fingerboard’s radius.
4.
You can adjust the intonation screws (5) with a screwdriver. Turning the screws clockwise will increase the string’s length between bridge and nut; turning them counterclockwise will decrease
the string’s length.
5.
Once the setup is done, tighten the locking screws 1 and 3 to lock the bridge in place.
4) Strings
All Warwick „Masterbuilt Handcrafted in Germany“ Basses are equipped with:
Warwick EMP Strings:
4-string: .045“, .065“, .085“, .105“ (38200 M 4 045/105“)
5-string: .045“, .065“, .085“, .105“, .135“ (38301 M 5B 045/135“)
6-string: .025“, .045“, .065“, .085“, .105“, .135“ (38401 M 6 025/135“)
Attention!!!
If the string gauge is thicker than .125” we strongly recommend using taper wound strings (standard
with Warwick Black Label and Yellow Label Strings). Otherwise the string won’t fit in the ball end
holder.
Triumph Electric Upright Bass (Warwick Triumph Bass Strings):
4-string: .049“ .063“ .081“ .107“ (44200 TRIUMPH 4)
5-string, Low B: .049“ .063“ .081“ .107“ .128“ (44210 TRIUMPH 5 LB)
5-string, High C: .040“ .049“ .063“ .081“ .107“ (44220 TRIUMPH 5 HC)
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4) Pickups
Warwick uses pickups and electronics from the German manufacturer MEC (Music Electronic Company) exclusively for all standard Warwick bass models. This continuing collaboration brings new
ideas to the market and delivers high quality. More information at: http://www.mec-pickups.de
Some of the Warwick Signature models are not equipped with MEC pickups or electronics according
to the preferences of the signature artists.
Factory setup:
The factory setup for the pickups is adjusted to a distance of 2 mm (0.08“) between strings and pickup while pressing down the highest an lowest string on the last fret.
4) Electronics for all models
TIP: To increase the life of your battery unplug the cable from the guitar between playing sessions.
If you need more information about the electronics, please download the wiring diagrams online at:
www.warwick.de / www.warwickbass.com
Adam Clayton Signature
Passive pickup / Passive 2-way electronics
Volume
Passive
Treble*
Passive
Bass*
*cut only
Buzzard JE Signature
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
*
**
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Corvette $$
Passive pickups / Active 2-way electronics
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend.
** If the switch is in the upper position the neck (N) or bridge
(B) pickup works as a humbucker and is wired in series. If
the switch is in the middle position the neck (N) or bridge (B)
pickup works as a single coil. If the switch is in the lowest
position the neck (N) or bridge (B) pickup works as a
humbucker and is wired parallel.
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Corvette $$ NT
Passive pickups / Active 2-way electronics
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend.
** If the switch is in the upper position the neck (N) or bridge
(B) pickup works as a humbucker and is wired in series. If
the switch is in the middle position the neck (N) or bridge (B)
pickup works as a single coil. If the switch is in the lowest
position the neck (N) or bridge (B) pickup works as a
humbucker and is wired parallel.
Dolphin Pro I
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
Stacked***
Treble/Bass Tone Control
**
Bridge
Stacked Push/Pull *
Volume/Pickup
Pan Control
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working
** as passive toneblend. The top knob controls
volume and the bottom knob balance.
** In the upper position the pickup operates as a humbucker,
in the lower position as a single coil closer to the bridge.
*** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the bottom
knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Hellborg Signature
Passive pickups / Active electronics
Bridge
Volume Control
Infinity
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
*
***
**
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend.
** In the upper position the pickup operates as a humbucker,
in the lower position as a single coil closer to the bridge.
*** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the bottom
knob boosts or cuts the bass.
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Jack Bruce Survivor Signature
Passive pickups / Active 2-way electronics
*
**
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Jäcki Reznicek Signature
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
*
**
***
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard
active preamp and deactivates the tone controls.
****
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
*** The toggle switch boosts the volume by 6 dB
**** The switch activates the LEDs
Katana
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
Treble/Bass Control**
Volume Control*
Push/Pull
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
***
P-Nut III Signature
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
**
*
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
Bridge
Mid Control
Pan Control
* Pulling the volume knob switches the electronics to
„slap“ mode.
** The 2-way toggle switch splits the bridge pickup
from humbucker to single coil mode.
*** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
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Robert Trujillo Signature
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
**
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard
active preamp and deactivates the tone controls.
*
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Star Bass II and SC
Passive pickups / Passive electronics
**
**
*
* The 3-way toggle switch controls the pickup combination (bridge only, bridge/neck, neck only)
** Pulling the tone knob splits either the bridge or
neck pickup (only Starbass SC)
Steve Bailey Signature
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
*
**
* Pulling the volume knob egnages the proprietary
Slap Mode, a special EQ contour made for slapstyle playing.
**Pulling the treble knob mutes the instrument.
Streamer CV
Passive pickups / Passive 2-way electronics
*
*
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* Cut only passive high frequencies out. Each pot is
working for both pickups. Depending on the
amp setup in certain position, the tone difference
may be minimal.
Streamer Jazzman
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
Treble/Bass Control***
Volume Control*
Push/Pull
Bridge
Mid Control
**
Pan Control
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend.
**The bridge-pickup operates as a humbucker if the toggle
switch is in the top position. It operates as a single coil if
the switch is in the middle position. It operates as a parallel
wired humbucker if the switch is in the lower position.
*** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the bottom
knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Streamer LX/Sklar Bass I
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
Bass
Tone Control
Pickup
Pan Control
Treble
Tone Control
Bridge
Push/Pull
Volume Control*
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard
active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
Please note: The switch on Sklar Bass I has no
function.
Streamer Stage I and II
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
Pan Control
Treble/Bass Control**
Mid Control
Volume Control*
Push/Pull
Push/Pull
Volume Control*
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp deactivates the tone controls. The treble
pot is now working as passive toneblend.
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Bass
Tone Control
Pickup
Treble
Pan Control Tone Control
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend.
**B
Bridge
**N
Streamer $$
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
** If the switch is in the upper position the neck (N) or
bridge (B) pickup works as a humbucker and is wired in
series. If the switch is in the middle position the neck (N) or
bridge (B) pickup works as a single coil. If the switch is in
the lowest position the neck (N) or bridge (B) pickup works
as a humbucker and is wired parallel.
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Bass Control
Mid
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard
active preamp and deactivates the tone controls.
The treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
Bridge
Treble
Volume Control*
Push/Pull/Balance
Stuart Zender Signature
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
Stu Hamm Signature
active EMG X Soapbar Pickups / Active 2-way EMG
electronics
*
* The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Thumb NT
Active pickups / Active 3-way electronics
Mid
Tone Control Stacked Bass/Treble
Tone Control**
Bridge
Stacked Push/Pull
Volume/Pickup
Pan Control*
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard
active preamp and deactivates the tone controls.
The treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
The top knob controls volume and the bottom knob
balance.
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Thumb BO
Active pickups / Active 2-way electronics
Pickup
Pan Control
Stacked Bass/Treble
Tone Control*
Bridge
Push/Pull
Volume/ Control*
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* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
Thumb SC
Passive pickups / Active 3-way electronics
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active
preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The treble pot is
now working as passive toneblend. The top knob controls
volume and the bottom knob balance.
** In the up position the neck coil of each pickup is activated. In the middle position both coils of each pickup
are activated. In the down position the bridge coil of each
pickup is activated.
Triumph
Passive magnetic and Piezo pickups / Piezo buffer electronics
* The balance knob controls the blending between the
magnetic and piezo pickups.
*
Vampyre
Active pickups / 3-band active electronics
Treble/Bass Control***
Mid Control
Pan Control
**
Volume Control*
Push/Pull
* Pulling the volume knob bypasses the onboard active preamp and deactivates the tone controls. The
treble pot is now working as passive toneblend.
** In the upper position the pickup operates as a
humbucker, in the lower position as a single coil
closer to the bridge.
*** The top knob boosts or cuts the treble and the
bottom knob boosts or cuts the bass.
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7) Tips for Body, Neck and Fingerboard Care
Natural Oil Finish:
Use the included beeswax. Apply the beeswax
with a polishing cloth using circular movements.
After applying, wait 2 to 3 minutes before removing the excess with a dry polishing cloth.
The beeswax should be applied a minimum of
two times per year. If the instrument is played
frequently, shorter waxing periods may be
necessary. A more frequent application of beeswax will keep your instrument looking great, as
it ages over time.
Colored Transparent Satin Finish/
Transparent Satin Finish:
A matte and transparent surface with visible
Bees Wax (SP W 50015)
wood structure and accentuated grain are the
Polishing Cloth
essential characteristic of the Colored Transpa(RB TOOL CLOTH MF W)
rent Satin Finish/
Transparent Satin Finish. Here the surface is either color stained (Colored
Transparent Satin Finish) or the wood stays natural and sealed with a thin layer of clear satin matte
lacquer (Transparent Satin Finish). This sealed finish does not need special care.
If the surface gets dirty it should be wiped with a damp cloth or with one of the many non-abrasive
spray cleaners available in selected stores or specialist shops.
High Polish Finish:
A High Polish Finish is produced with the use of a high polish lacquer. The wood is completely sealed
under the finish; the surface is as smooth as glass and without noticeable wood grain structure. As
with Colored Transparent Satin Finish, care is limited to the visual aspects. Wipe the surface clean
with a damp cloth or with the correspondingly suited spray cleaners, or you can use polish that reinstates the full shine of the finish, removing small scratches and typical traces of playing.
A more frequent application of beeswax will keep your instrument looking great, as it ages over time.
After playing clean the neck surface and fingerboard regularly with a dry polishing cloth.
Tips for Neck Care:
Use our Warwick Beeswax for all necks treated with Natural Oil Finish. Apply the beeswax with a
polishing cloth using circular movements. After applying wait 2 to 3 minutes and then remove the
excess with a dry polishing cloth. The beeswax should be applied a minimum of two times per year. If
the instrument is played frequently, shorter waxing periods may be necessary.
Tips for Fingerboard Care:
All fingerboards that come standard with Warwick basses are not lacquered and thus require a little
maintenance once in a while to avoid getting rough or dull. To clean and protect the fingerboard use
products specially made for this purpose and that are available at selected stores or specialist shops.
Please refer to the manufacturer’s product information to achieve the desired result.
You can use the Warwick Beeswax for your fingerboard’s maintenance, too.
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Visit the support section of our web page for more information and instructional videos:
www.warwick.de, www.warwickbass.com
8) Electronic Compartment
The electronic compartment is easily
accessible with a standard screwdriver.
Gently press the cover and it will pop open.
We recommend to place a soft cloth between body and cover to prevent scratches.
8) Charging the battery system
Guide:
Standard operation:
LED light off
Solid red LED light
Normal. Can also mean an empty battery.
Low battery. Please connect charger.
When the charger connected:
Blinking orange LED light
Solid orange
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Charging.
Battery fully charged.
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Please read this user manual carefully to help you understand the battery charging system and to
avoid misuse and damage to the battery.
First use of Instrument
The battery comes fully charged, no need to charge it before first use.
The LED doesn‘t lit up when your instrument is pluged into an amp. There is no need to charge.
When the battery is empty the LED doesn‘t lit up as well. This may happen if your instrument was not
in use over several months. If this is the case, please charge your battery.
How to charge your instrument:
To charge, plug the mini USB connector in the
appropriate slot on the back of your instrument.
The power supply adapter is not included due to
different outlet standards worldwide. You can use most
power supplies that have a regular USB connector and
that are suitable for mobile devices.
The output voltage of the power supply unit must not
exceed 5V. A current output min. of 500 mA is required.
When everything is connected, the LED light over the mini USB input will start blinking orange.
Now the battery is charging.
When the battery is fully charged, the blinking stops and becomes solid orange.
You can always charge the system even when you play the instrument.
/
Please note: If the battery was nearly fully charged and you plug the USB again the blinking will not
stop, even if the maximum charging time has been reached. This is protecting the battery from overcharging. In this case, just unplug the USB charger and use the instrument normally. When you are
charging too often when the battery is already full, it can damage the battery and lose power much
faster.
Charging time:
It takes approximately 3 ½ - 5 hours to fully charge the battery.
Please note: The charging time can go up depending on the power supply adapter you are using. If
you use a computer or a multiple USB power stripe the charging time can go up to 7 - 10 hours or
even more. This happens because each USB slot on a computer or multiple USB power stripe splits
up the power and charging systems receive less energy.
Lasting time:
Depending on the electronics, the built in pickups and your playing the battery life is between
90 - 300 hours this is also depending on the status how full the battery is.
Please note: The charger board is always in a stand by modus even when it is unplugged.
The lasting time here is at least 150 days.
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Empty Battery:
When the battery is reaching a low level during playing the LED light will turn solid red and you have
to charge the battery. When the LED light gets red you can play the Instrument for about 45 - 90 min.
This depends on the installed pickups and electronic.
Use of normal 9V Battery:
If you forgot to charge the battery it is possible to power the electronics with a normal 9V battery.
First open the back plate to engage the
backup system.
Unplug the lithium battery system.
Please note: Instruments with LED‘s on
the fretboard or the headstock have no
space to add an additional 9V battery. The
space for the 9V battery is used by the
LEDs battery. You can use the LEDs or plug
in a regular 9V battery, but then the LEDs
will not work. You can only do one.
Plug the cable of the 9V battery in the
same plug. Now the instrument will work
normally as before.
Troubleshooting:
Orange LED won‘t stop blinking after the maximum charging time:
If the battery was nearly fully charged and you plug the USB again the blinking will not stop, even if
the maximum charging time has been reached. This is protecting the battery from overcharging. In
this case, just unplug the USB charger and use the instrument normally. When you are charging too
often when the battery is already full, it can damage the battery and lose power much faster.
The LED briefly lights up red when the USB is plugged in:
This is normal. Nothing to be concerned about.
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Charging the battery takes longer than the specified time:
The charging time can go up depending on the power supply adapter you are using. If you use a
computer or a multiple USB power stripe the charging time can go up to 7 - 10 hours or even more.
This happens because each USB slot on a computer or multiple USB power stripe splits up the
power.
The LED does not light completely orange in the charged state, but lights green or a mix of
green and orange:
This is normal, the battery is fully charged. The instrument can be used without any restrictions.
We have installed a green LED to help service technicians to check if there is a problem with
overcharging.
When you start charging the instrument the LED is blinking orange, but also a solid red light is
visible:
This is normal, the battery is charging because it was empty. The red LED stops when the battery
has reached a level above the minimum charging level. Charge the instrument until the light is solid
orange.
Visit the support section of our web page for more information and instructional videos:
www.warwick.de, www.warwickbass.com
10) Installation and application of the Security Locks
Insert the piece with the outside thread into
the strap hole.
Place the ring on the thread from the other
side of the strap.
Screw the nut on the thread. Tighten it with
a wrench.
Press the button of the Security Lock to
unlatch it and attatch or remove the strap.
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11) User Kit
A Warwick user-kit is included with your bass. It
contains useful supplies like:
- Bees wax (included in delivery for Natural Oil
Finish only)
- Trussrod Tool
- Warwick Polish Cloth (RB TOOL CLOTH MF W)
- 1,5 mm / 1/16" Allen Wrench
- 2,5 mm / 1/8“ Allen Wrench
- Certificate
- USB Stick
10) Warranty / Customer Service
Warwick’s warranty for all musical instruments is limited to 2 years.
Please register as a Warwick User. You find the Product Registration on our website under ‚Support‘.
In case of a defective product please refer to your musical instruments dealer.
If you have further questions about your instrument feel free to contact us.
Email: info@warwick.de or service@warwick.de
The manufacturer reserves the right to any technical modifications.
Visit our websites:
www.warwick.de, www.warwickbass.com
Visit our distributor page:
www.w-distribution.de
Please direct your custom shop requests to:
custom-shop@warwick.de
For replacements, spare parts and cleaning products please visit our Webshop:
shop.warwick.de
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