Friday, 11 January 2008
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This is the last project we've been working on for NAMM. It's a little brother to the Afterburner. There are a few details to be worked out and financing to be sourced but the goal is to put this into production at a really attractive street price.
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Afterburner nano, iburner, :lol: Interesting, string tree as well. I guess no inverted hourglass hipshot tuners, or set in tuners either
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I love that mono rail bridge system! Can they sold seperatly and in black?
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I think we'd all like to know more about this. I noticed the Pu's don't have the DW logo. Are they EMG's? What pre do you have in this prototype?
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cool! i suggest you call it fanny :P
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So, this is the poor man's Dingwall finally realised? I see the difference in the neck heel and the hardware and pickups, but can you elaborate on the other differences? Mainly, is the neck profile typical Dingwall? Is it a partially in-house product or totally sourced out? This looks like a great opportunity to reintroduce solid color finishes to another line. How about "Rocket" as the name? You should hold a contest to name this new model and give one of these to the winner :) Mark
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Maybe you could call it the Littleburner. Or the Afterburner Mini. I look forward to hearing the details on this one.
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[quote="lomo":28q3otpj]scale length?[/quote:28q3otpj] 34" - 37"
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scale length?
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