Streamer`s Stage I models are aimed at players who prefer maple bodies on their basses, instead of ash, mahogany and alder. Maple, the flamed maple in this case, gives a punchy, bright tone and cuts very well through even the thickest of mixes. Another upside of Streamer Stage I models is that their bodies are made of only two pieces of wood, which means better resonance, better vibration distribution and less glue (the ideal thing is a one-piece body, but that feat is quite rare, even for the upscale instruments, such as German-made Warwicks). Body of this model is paired with a standard maple/ekanga neck through a bolt-on neck joint. Two-piece bridge and two active humbuckers are installed on the top. 24-fret wenge fingerboard completes the specs.
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