Sunday, 09 March 2008
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Hi Sheldon, Really thinking about picking up an afterburner in the next couple of months. Is it possible to buy one from one of your dealers and send it to you to have inlays put on? Or, would it be easier to order the bass directly through you and have you put the inlays on before I get the bass? I really like the ones that are on some of the primas and Z basses. The "bar" ones. How much would either of those scenarios cost me? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks. Rich
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[quote="RichC123":iayncuo4]Hi Sheldon, Really thinking about picking up an afterburner in the next couple of months. Is it possible to buy one from one of your dealers and send it to you to have inlays put on? Or, would it be easier to order the bass directly through you and have you put the inlays on before I get the bass? I really like the ones that are on some of the primas and Z basses. The "bar" ones. How much would either of those scenarios cost me? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks. Rich[/quote:iayncuo4] Hi Rich, I'm sorry, but we don't offer bar inlays on the Afterburners and are currently too backed up to take on any custom work. There are some inlay specialists in the US that would be able to do the work for you. I'd suspect that the cost would be north of $500.
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Thanks for the reply Sheldon. Disappointing, but I am still planning on buying an afterburner. If at some point in the future you (your team) are available to do some inlay work, I would definitely be interested in having the Dingwall team do work on my Dingwall bass. As I'm sure the Dingwall company is very busy, maybe post a bulletin if this is ever an available option. Thanks!
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