Tuesday, 29 June 2010
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For sale only, no trade interest at all please. Everyone on this board knows what these are, so I won't insult you with a link. Oh what the heck, here's a link: :lol: http://www.dingwallguitars.com/products ... rburner-1/ This bass is in very good condition. It’s not new; it has been lovingly played and has the normal wear a main axe should have, but no abuse whatsoever. I can make detailed up close photos on request. This one has the FD3 pickups and BlueQube switch. Modifications include a B string Hipshot de-tuner from Dingwall and I will include the original tuner. The maple neck heel has been painted black, visually I think this is an improvement, if you disagree, it is easily reversed, strip it and sand to 4000 grit. Dunlop strap-locks were installed; receiver and strap locks will be included. Original Dingwall info brochure and tool kit are included. Fresh set of Dingwall Voodoo strings recently installed. The ONLY reason I am selling is I recently acquired a Dingwall Z3 and will be spending the rest of my playing days exploring all the tones this bass generates. I will be more than happy if this AB1 doesn’t sell, I may have Sheldon make a fretless neck for it and keep it as a backup. Therefore, I reserve the right to come to my senses and delete this thread at any time! :lol: Ships insured, signature required, UPS Ground in a SKB Freedom case. According to the 1/2/2008 Dingwall Retail price sheet with options listed the price would be $3,460.00 retail, $2,768.00 street price. I don't know what they sell for new now, but I'm sure it's gone up in 2-1/2 years. Price is FIRM, $1,850.00 shipped CONUS. Thanks for looking! [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_3213.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_3218.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_3214.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_3219.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_3215.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] Here are some pics before I painted the neck heel: [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_2647.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr] [img:d6n2y2wr]http://i511.photobucket.com/albums/s354/rollerberg2000/Dingwall/100_7435.jpg[/img:d6n2y2wr]
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Good luck with the sale, but I hope you come to your senses :)
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[quote="Bocete":1fn7h4zb]Good luck with the sale, but I hope you come to your senses :)[/quote:1fn7h4zb] Doing this partly to pacify the wife. I can say that because she never gets on the internet :lol: Probably should ask for a lot more??? :twisted:
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[quote="rollerberg2000":1w2tan0x]Doing this partly to pacify the wife. I can say that because she never gets on the internet :lol: Probably should ask for a lot more??? :twisted:[/quote:1w2tan0x] Hahahah, well, you did paint the neck heel black. And you did the potential buyer a favor by breaking it in.. :lol:
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I think this one is on it's way back to Sheldon and crew for a defret job. Although it has been suggested over on another forum one can do the job themselves using a butterknife to pull the frets, colored plastic wood filler for the fret lines and a can of clear boat epoxy, I trust the tender ministrations of the Dingwall shop to do it better than I can! Besides, I think I've satisfied my wife with having it posted and no takers. "Gosh honey, it's this darn economy!" Shuckeroonies....
11 years ago
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This one is headed north for a vacation and coming back fretless! Thanks for looking everyone!
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