Tuesday, 08 October 2013
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I've heard rumors of a new "super scale" version of Dingwall basses. Is there anything to the rumors? If so, what details can be shared?
8 years ago
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Sometimes we use Super to include both Super J and Super P. Since they are the only models we do with the shorter scale, there might be mention somewhere of "Super scale" but only as a reference to the shorter scale length. Man that sounds confusing when I put it like that.
8 years ago
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Oh, that sort of makes sense. I was imagining a super-long scale design -- that is, something longer than 37" (Knuckle Quake territory).
8 years ago
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The Super series scale lengths. :wink:
8 years ago
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There we go.
8 years ago
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Crystal clear.
8 years ago
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[quote="Spacecase":3uc2ylyj]Oh, that sort of makes sense. I was imagining a super-long scale design -- that is, something longer than 37" (Knuckle Quake territory).[/quote:3uc2ylyj] I've always wanted to get my hands on a Quake. I contacted Skip once about a possible build, but you see where I spent my bass money instead. Still would love to try one. Checked the website but the domain has expired.
8 years ago
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They're the only non-upright or electric uprights that I have heard of that have longer scales than the Dingwalls.
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