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Old 07-27-2009, 10:22 AM   #1
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And the Sunday Bloody Sunday Bass is...

And the Sunday Bloody Sunday Bass is... Warwick Stryker. Seems to be a variant of the normal Stryker model as the body seems to be an upside down version of the normal Stryker.

You can read 'Stryker' on the headstock


The natural Stryker he's using also has the more 'Buzzard'-like headstock.

Still would like to see the black Stryker and more so - the black Buzzard - get used some too.

I haven't figured out for certain the other Warwick, the more 'normal' looking one he used in the first show or so.
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Yep, it's a lovely bass to see! I figured that out as I stood right in front of Adam on one of my nights!

Nice picture!
Uses it for Breathe and Sunday Bloody Sunday by the way.
The more normal looking is a Thumbs model I think.
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