Monday, 28 July 2008
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So day in, day out we all post about what basses we're having the Dingwall shop build, or what basses our imaginations cook up. We discuss fancy wood, 76575 switching options, pickups, fancy finishes, and unique inlays. But what I'd really like to know is what unique basses (either model/designs, one-off customs, or even Z,AB,J, or Primas of various kinds) does the guy who makes our dream basses want to make? If the chains of our expectations were released and the backlogue of orders be-damned...what would be on the workbench? What woods, designs and finishes be happening? Or maybe its not basses at all? Possibly guitars? :)
13 years ago
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IME and IMHO Jens Ritter is a great guy, a great luthier and his basses are up there with the best. My Custom Ritter Roya 5 is here to stay, but nothing can the place of my Dingwalls (in my heart and in my hands).
13 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":sgeke76c]"Citroen DS" That was Dingwall Sales's car of choice for years.[/quote:sgeke76c] Somehow that seems to make sense. One more that moves me, the Citroen SM - too far ahead of it's time and too funky to last. Mark
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