Sunday, 15 May 2016
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I am about to buy this used Combustion and would like to know how I can tell the year by the serial number. Here is a pic of the back of the headstock.
6 years ago
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Cool info and good to know. I'm going to make an offer and we will see how it goes. Sucks i can't see it in person though.
6 years ago
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It is a nice bass, but I just changed the pickups to FD-3's (neodymium) with a P-Tone in the neck position. If I am not mistaken, the pickups that came with them at the time were alnico. The stock pickups sound good, but are low output (even with the preamp) and are more traditional sounding, whereas the neo pickups have more bite, especially with the P-Tone.
6 years ago
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Alright, excellent thanks! How did you like your first batch run Combustion?
6 years ago
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I would think that $800-$1000 would be in the right ballpark for a Combustion in good condition.
6 years ago
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My first batch/run Combustion was from late 2009.
6 years ago
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The seller says its in great shape and neck is mint. They are goin to send me better pics of it today. Question-what do you think its worth? Its located in Alberta which is why I am interested because I am in Ontario. Its hard to find a used Dingwall anything in Canada! :D
6 years ago
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Definitely a version 1: I had 00052.
6 years ago
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That is a very low number. I'd say version 1.
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