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Voodoo #1

  Monday, 27 July 2009
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Voodoo serial #001 had an accident last winter that required designing and building a pickguard to reinforce and cover the damaged area. It turned out pretty nicely. I found it interesting to revisit this bass. THe body is a 6 piece laminate of Paulownia and maple. The bar markers were version 2 of our design. They were round bottomed and cast out of white resin. The slots were routed out the side of the fingerboard exposing the marker and doubling as a side position marker.
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Thanks for the explaination, Sheldon. I think I'll keep calling them Voodoos, too. :wink: Mark
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I prefer the voodoo name too. I often refer to mine as a Z-1/Voodoo.
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So in years past when people have asked me about my bass(made in late '94/early '95 I think) I've gotten away with just saying it's a Dingwall, showed them the logo on the back, or the gig bag(so they know the spelling) and told them to check the website because there's a lot going on. Nowdays more and more people are asking me what model Dingwall it is. Prima seemed a bit misleading, in stock form the electronics were the basic Vol,Blend,Treb/Bass, in it's current upgraded form the electronics are nothing like the Prima,and there's also no fret-markmarkers. It's nice to know I can call it a Voodoo now and be accurate.
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