Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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Since I'm new to the forums, how about a history lesson? It would be really cool so see a chronological list of all basses Sheldon has made and see some pics too. What are the major advances of these and which one(s) hold a special place in your heart?
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search please.... Welcome to the forum, i know your new to the forum, but the history of Dingwall has been well illustrated in prior threads. If you search back far enough you'll even see one-off basses during development of Dingwalls as well as why Sheldon uses fanned frets. AS for special basses in Sheldons heart...hummmm thats might be a new thread
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Some older threads have been deleted from the server (space maintenance by Sheldon), including the "Brazil" (snotburst) build-up thread. I've started a collection of Dingwall bass photos at my [url=http://s29.photobucket.com/albums/c277/Brim79/Dingwall/:1ywyb833]PhotoBucket[/url:1ywyb833] site. Maybe you can find some helpful info there. :)
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First (?) Dingwall. [img:1vexd6v9]http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z187/UncleBalsamic/dingwall10.jpg[/img:1vexd6v9]
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[quote="Uncle Balsamic":2q7ljhzb]First (?) Dingwall.[/quote:2q7ljhzb] Sort of. It's a mutated Yamaha BB, IIRC, Sheldon's initial try at the Voodoo body shape. Don't be surprised if Fullrange ends up with it sometime down the road :wink: Mark
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