Friday, 01 May 2015
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Please, check out my ad over on Talkbass.com: [url:2bim5ej8]http://www.talkbass.com/threads/dingwalls-for-sale-super-p-j-4-5-string-ab-1-5-6-string.1149812/#post-17278675[/url:2bim5ej8] Things are heating up!
7 years ago
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Wow!
6 years ago
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Three of the four have sold. The last one standing is the Super PJ 5 string. Thanks to all the folks who got in touch, or bought basses!
6 years ago
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Keeping the Super PJ?
6 years ago
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The Super pj 5 is staying with me. It's a sweet bass.
6 years ago
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I concour!
6 years ago
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Let's see pictures of the keeper!
6 years ago
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You guys will have to look at the ad on TB, my photos won't load up here. I'm keeping the Super J 5, and she's a beauty. One of the early Super J 5's, this one is a swamp ash body, with a wenge fretboard that sports pearl blocks. Originally it was a JJ, with s Baltic Amber pick guard. There are some pictures in the Super j gallery. When the split P pickup for SJ 5's was developed, I retro fitted this bass with the new P pup and a white pearl pick guard. I've got TI Jazz flats on it. Just a super sounding and playing bass. When I came up with this scheme, I thought the six string would be the last to go. I'm really glad the other Dingwalls have found new homes. They deserved more playing time than they were getting. I've cleared out basses, amps, cabs, pedals, and other assorted gear. One Dingwall, one amp, and a pair of 12/6 fEarfuls, that's where I'm headed. And the looper, can't part with that either.
6 years ago
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It sounds like your Super J5 (P/J) is similar to mine in that it was an early batch model that was later converted to a P/J when the 5-string P pickups became available. I have to admit, it is my most comfortable bass and if it was my only bass, I wouldn't be disappointed.
6 years ago
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The only drawback is the weight, some where between 9 lb 9 oz, (the weight on the hang tag) and 10lb ( my scale says just over 10lb) That's a bit on the heavy side, since I was spoiled by the 8 lb and change Dingwalls. It sure sounded great at the gig I played Sunday. I'll be okay!
6 years ago
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My SJ5 comes in at about 9.2lbs which is reasonable, but feels a fair amount heavier than my 8.0 lb SP5. I think the perfect balance really helps it feel lighter than it is.
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