Featuring a Mahogany body, three-stripe laminated Maple neck with Ekanga veneer stipes and a Wenge fingerboard, the Idolmaker boasts a unique design reminiscent of Gibson’s RD models from the ’70s.
Two vintage-styled MEC soapbar singlecoils are also loaded into RockBass’s Idolmaker model, which are paired with active two-band electronics controlled by volume, balance, bass and treble knobs. There’s also an intuitive push-pull toggle on the volume knob to bypass the Idolmaker’s active electronics, allowing for enhanced tonal control and versatility.
The RockBass by Warick Idolmaker is set to land instores in July, and is available in Burgundy Blackburst, Vintage Sunburst and Black finishes.
RockBass by Warwick is distributed nationwide via Amber Tech.