Wednesday, 05 November 2008
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i'm just courious, how's dingwall bass like Z series or Prima series will look like in single cut version... this image below is Pavel bass, it's just beutifull, but i sure dingwall will look STUNNING!! :D [img:1v2e36km]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f377/phujangga/FullBass.jpg[/img:1v2e36km] i guess it's Jjango speciality to draw us some great visualitation... :wink:
13 years ago
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Aren't all single-cuts neck-through designs? Neck-through isn't in the spirit of Dingwall, IMO. Nice Pavel, though, made in Keller, TX, BTW. Mark
13 years ago
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Not all singlecuts are neck-through designs (even though many of them are). I've owned bolt-ons as well a set-necks (apart from the obvious neck-throughs). If a Dingwall was supposed to be a single-cut, I'd love it to be set-neck or neck-through.
13 years ago
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I'll be working on one soon.
13 years ago
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:drool: :drool: :drool: Please, please may I beam myself in your shop???? I'd love to see you creating it
13 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":3ppnqhlc]I'll be working on one soon.[/quote:3ppnqhlc] Wow, now THAT was a reply I didn't expect. Lots of interesting things seem to be shaping up in Dingwalland after the Combustion, new pickups, a singlecut model... maybe an acoustic dingwall too?
13 years ago
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Where do you find the time between production and getting all of this new stuff off of the ground?
13 years ago
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It looks heavy.... I've played some at NAMM and they are heavy although I know builders can create chambers, etc. Fullie - in your experience what do you perceive as the main advantage of this design?
13 years ago
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[quote="TwoPort":ijs340nr]It looks heavy.... I've played some at NAMM and they are heavy although I know builders can create chambers, etc. Fullie - in your experience what do you perceive as the main advantage of this design?[/quote:ijs340nr] singlecut + chamber will look very nice indeed!! :wink:
13 years ago
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[quote="TwoPort":1w5twpyk]It looks heavy.... I've played some at NAMM and they are heavy although I know builders can create chambers, etc. Fullie - in your experience what do you perceive as the main advantage of this design?[/quote:1w5twpyk] Even though I've never been to a NAMM show, I've tried almost a dozen of singlecuts (I've owned 5 so far). What I'm saying is NOT science, just my opinion and experience. SO, IMHO and IME I prefer the set neck or the neck-throughs. The set necks I've tried they sounded "snappier" compared with the neck throughs. I feel that the increased contact surface allows for more "rapid" and "overall" dispersal of the pulse. Their attack is not as "quick" as the bolt-ons (normal or singlecut). My favorite singlecut , so far, is Ken's (Ken Lawrence) own Brase I 5str (now mine :wink:). Heavy Northern Ash, maple neck, grenadillo f/b 35". EXPLOSSIVE sound. The second Brase I 5str I've owned, was swamp ash and the tone was more subdued (both acoustically and amplified). The R-Bass singlecut put many other boutique basses in shame (not only mine, but many others that were around from a 100+ bass collection!!!). The other SCs I've owned were great but not at that level of perfection I am talking here If Sheldon were to built one, I think I'd go for either a Z snappy tone or Prima full tone (it means two :wink: ), but I'm sure it'll be in line with the Dingwall heritage of sound!!!
12 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":1hslog7e]I'll be working on one soon.[/quote:1hslog7e] How's this project coming along? Any progress or concept drawings?
12 years ago
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I don't know if anybody has posted this, but I thought I'd share this here, too. It's a 34-37" fanned 6-string singlecut built by a TB member. http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showpost. ... stcount=72
12 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":2nevylny]I'll be working on one soon.[/quote:2nevylny] I look forward to playing the 1st SC Dingwall :D
12 years ago
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[quote="Julius Karppi":r3hqjx19][quote="Sheldon Dingwall":r3hqjx19]I'll be working on one soon.[/quote:r3hqjx19] How's this project coming along? Any progress or concept drawings?[/quote:r3hqjx19] I've done a number of singlecut concept drawings for Sheldon
12 years ago
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I'm bumping this for great justice! Any news on the project?
12 years ago
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Last I had heard- the project got pushed back due to the shop move and a few other priorities.
12 years ago
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I would LOVE (love, love LOVE!) to post some of the Singlecut mockups I've done (I really like them), but as I understand it, the project is still top-secret at this point.
12 years ago
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guess I should have re-read the thread before reviving it. :oops: I totally forgot Sheldon was working on one. Meh, his probably looks 100x better anyway.
12 years ago
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No matter - it looks good, and keep learning your CAD :) It might be wise to move that post to a new thread. Just so that no-one mixes your Dingwall design with the official one.
12 years ago
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okay-- i see you moved your thread... guess i'll move my response
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