Tuesday, 11 September 2007
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how much would you like to see a dingwall with a system like this? an how much would it cost? haha :D http://www.littleguitarworks.com/torzal/
14 years ago
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I remember the builder of these basses joking on TalkBass about the idea of building one with fanned frets... I was thinking of these basses before I discovered Dingwalls. I can see how it works and how comfortable it could be, but I like to have visual contact with every fret (and I don't think you can see the first frets that well) and I'm not sure there won't be any setup issues in the long run. Anyway, my Warwick was a far reach to the first frets - since I caught Dingwallitis from fullrangebass, I never considered those twisted necks again.
14 years ago
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yeah thats my problem too. i'd take fanned frets over a twisted neck, partially because i know its good (no, GOOD), but mostly because i think it makes more (or more important) difference. dont care much about visuals, but maitenance is more of a concern. however, even tho it would probably be a long time before i could afford something like that, the thought of a twisted dingy gives me the butterflies
14 years ago
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Yeah, well the one affects comfort and the other one sound and feel... Fanned frets are far more important than the twisted neck IMO, no comparison.
14 years ago
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yeah thats what i was saying..
14 years ago
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Seems to me you could have both fanned frets and a twisted neck. Especially on a 5 and/or 6 string, it would be a bit more comfortable to have the twist. I do like to see where I'm going, however, so that might be the problem for me. I guess then the neck would have to be see-through, too.
14 years ago
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It's definitely possible.
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