Monday, 16 April 2012
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As a follow-up of ther topic HANA WA SAKURAGI, BASS WA DINGWALL, I am posting some pictures of my new baby Z2 6 strings indigo burst with UMINLAY dots. They are beautiful in daylight, and thay do their job in night time!!! Useless to say, the tone is the famous Dingwall Tone on steroids (as all the Zs), with lots of sounds available and really deep and clear Low B, which was what I was looking for. Only drawback: my left hand pains a lot, for I use barrè on the first positions!!!! I will get used, I will stretch more... I am attaching some pictures: one to show how well done is the indigo burst paint by DW crew, another with all the rig (A.T.S. head and cab, an Italian brand), and another with glowing LUMINLAY dots. Saluti, Alberto
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Very nice glow. Cool idea.
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Perfect for low light stages!
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Beautiful :)
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Awesome! Looks great. Btw, is that a WC3 figure on top of your amp?
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x Iv@N: I am a player! WC3 player! Yes, she is an elf bow hunting. I was used to shoot with longbow myself once (in my youth, before children!)
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Congratulations! Looks amazing! And I'm sure it sounds more than amazing :)
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Those markers should be standard on all models.
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MarkL, I indeed think that they could in pronciple be installed by default. To know more, check out the LUMINLAY site! (Japanese company). The only concern I have is how they degradate with time (10-15-20 years time): usually photoluminescent plastics gets grey with time and sun exposure, and loose some of its properties. But, for example, the paint on SUB watches do not degradate. So it turns out that it depends from the material composition. It is under patent, and I should get the Patent to know it... I hope it is long lasting! If You have time, check out http://www.atsitaly.com, the site of the manufacturer of my amp (it seems an Aguilar DB), it sounds very powerful and it is very reliable. All point-to-point solders, and no crappy components. Saluti, Alberto
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