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  Friday, 25 March 2016
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5 years ago
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#29257
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Where, when, how much and why do you tempt us like this? Pickup/preamp options?
5 years ago
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#29258
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That's a really cool looking bass. I love the headstock shape and logo.
5 years ago
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That back strap button/pocket intrigues me.
5 years ago
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Sheldon, you all knocked this one out of the park. Every detail just looks stellar on it. I hope one finds it way near me so I can play it.
5 years ago
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5 years ago
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[quote="husky123":1k0vaimk]Where, when, how much and why do you tempt us like this? Pickup/preamp options?[/quote:1k0vaimk] Passive only at this point. We've only done the 3 pickup version but if a customer wants we could do a two. Prices are a little above an ABII. We can take orders on the Canadian built versions now. There's some tweaks left to do on the back contours but other than that, they are ready to party.
5 years ago
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Does that mean there's a D-bustion model in the works?
5 years ago
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If I recall from somewhere, first run is Canadian, next and following runs from China.
5 years ago
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I like the headstock. I like the wood panel. I REALLY like the strap pin scallop. Looks really good Sheldon.
5 years ago
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Incredible job on this one. I love the upturned headstock with the D logo following that design! And that body seems like it would be so fun to play, along with the sleek neck. Totally rock and roll. Totally old school meets modern design. Totally agree with the home run analogy. This one is a grand slam!!
5 years ago
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That's really cool!
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