Wednesday, 16 July 2008
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This is my mint Roscoe LG3005. I am the original owner (bought last year) and it has no issues or damage. It's a beautiful bass but I have been thinking about Dingwalls a lot and wondered if there was any interest in a swap? [img:3nz6qf9o]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v672/bpettet/IMG_0227.jpg[/img:3nz6qf9o] [img:3nz6qf9o]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v672/bpettet/IMG_0230.jpg[/img:3nz6qf9o] [img:3nz6qf9o]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v672/bpettet/IMG_0228.jpg[/img:3nz6qf9o]
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[quote="AK Rev":1pzmwlai]...I have been thinking about Dingwalls a lot and wondered if there was any interest in a swap?[/quote:1pzmwlai] Hey, Rev, welcome. Sounds like the Dingwall GAS Voodoo has taken hold of yet another victim. Yeah, I think about them a lot, too. And wait till you meet this Eddy character on the forum- he never sleeps or eats, he just thinks about how to get more Dingwalls. :P It's lunacy, a disease, if you will. Really, that describes all of us hardcore Dingwallers. I guess members here may occasionally trade a Dingwall, but it's not the norm. Usually we just sell our ordinary basses (sorry) to fund them. Good luck in your Dingwall quest. There's a wealth of info on this forum, so come back when you have questions. Mark
13 years ago
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Thanks for the welcome. I knew that was the case (regarding trades) but I figured I would ask and see what happens. The only problem with selling is that I would be without a bass until I found the right deal...and I play every week. If I don't get any bites, I could always pick up a used Dingwall here and then sell my Roscoe. They're not hard to sell.
13 years ago
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There's something wrong with the frets on that Roscoe. :cry:
13 years ago
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Yeah but the pickups are skewed. :wink:
13 years ago
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Just get your Roscoe re-fretted (fanned) and separate bridge saddles installed... ;) EG
13 years ago
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Hi Rev. Welcome to the Club Had it been 3 yrs back, I'd definitely buy it (Roscoe's are nice basses), but in the last 3yrs I've realized that nothing fits my hands better than a Dingwall. I've started playing bass in 1996. My first Dingwall arrived in my hands in 1999 and ever since I've bought many many high end and boutique basses to try and compare. After almost a decade, I am at home with Dingwall basses more than anything else. As far as tone and ergonomics go, I'm in heaven. there too. I am sure that the Roscoe will move fast and then you'll officially enter the Dingwall Club with your first Dingwall (you can never get enough of them)
13 years ago
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Discussions are taking place that will neuter this thread...and it's not regarding an AB...but it is a Dingwall. :wink:
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