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This bass started out as Dingwall Sales's with a simple Japanese character for an inlay.

The bass has since moved on to a new owner who sent it back for some repairs and updating. The inlay always looked a little too plain so a plan was hatched to surround it with a new inlay to make it pop a little more. The silver lines are sterling silver wire and the black is bakelite. I think we got it this time.
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This one. Yeah, the inlay really pops now. Did you do the work, Sheldon? It's really nice.

Mark
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extraordinary! Love it.
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What an improvement. It looks great!
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Nice inlay and a beautiful top/finish. Dingwall finishes really are the best.
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