Saturday, 23 February 2008
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We've got a nice run of Z's going at the moment. Another one to start soon. Some of you may recognize these bodies already.
13 years ago
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Hi everybody! I'm new here, after having followed the forum closely the last month. I have just ordered my first Dingwall, and I'm kinda having trouble with the 2 year waiting time, especially when I see beautiful Z2's like this green one.. Droolin':o Not too many Z2's around here, is this a particularly rare model?? Beepo, Oslo, Norway.
13 years ago
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#9827
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[quote="dsokoll":ej8b7fdt]Picked it up Monday. Looks much better in person. The color is a little darker. I finally got around to setting up the action. Plays really sweet, not like my Z1 though. My Z1 plays like a guitar. I haven't been able to find the old Z2 tone that i am looking for. However the tone is much fatter on this guitar than i expected. Pretty happy so far.[/quote:ej8b7fdt] Awesome! Did you have to raise the action? Don't all Dingwalls come setup for low action (light touch players). Pics!
13 years ago
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#9822
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Picked it up Monday. Looks much better in person. The color is a little darker. I finally got around to setting up the action. Plays really sweet, not like my Z1 though. My Z1 plays like a guitar. I haven't been able to find the old Z2 tone that i am looking for. However the tone is much fatter on this guitar than i expected. Pretty happy so far.
13 years ago
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[quote="dsokoll":h3se9son]:shock: BS...I believe you just may be correct. :D[/quote:h3se9son] So did you get it yet?? :)
13 years ago
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[quote="dsokoll":2n58i2hq]so i havent worked in 3 weeks...i have to fly to Athens GA today... 20 minutes after i get here, i get a call from Joann Roman " your new Dingwall is here, come pick it up, we'll be here until 6:00." :( Here it is Thursday and I won't be back in Vegas until Sunday. I guess it will have to wait until Monday (9:00A). I've been waiting a year and several months already, whats a few more days i guess... :roll:[/quote:2n58i2hq] Ah man!! Well, I hope you don't get too anxious on the trip back. Hey, I have a friend who lives in Athens, GA. He's not a bass player however. :( Brim
13 years ago
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so i havent worked in 3 weeks...i have to fly to Athens GA today... 20 minutes after i get here, i get a call from Joann Roman " your new Dingwall is here, come pick it up, we'll be here until 6:00." :( Here it is Thursday and I won't be back in Vegas until Sunday. I guess it will have to wait until Monday (9:00A). I've been waiting a year and several months already, whats a few more days i guess... :roll:
13 years ago
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Nice greenburst!
13 years ago
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:shock: BS...I believe you just may be correct. :D
13 years ago
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Another great one! I really like the color on the BACK of this bass. Its outstanding. I believe this one is for forum member "dsokoll"...
13 years ago
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One of two that will be leaving tomorrow. This color was inspired by the original Snotburst/Brazil.
13 years ago
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I'm humbled that such an idea comes from a fellow Ding-aholic who has basses who deserve exposure (basing the idea not only on looks but on sound tone too)
13 years ago
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Something about the super clean lines and light color makes me think the bass is wearing a tuxedo. It's super classy!!! Fullie, is this your new "smooth jazz" bass? It needs to be on the cover of some magazine for sure... :D
13 years ago
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#9598
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Congratulations Mark and Fullie! Absolutely awesome basses!
13 years ago
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":obi8kuki]Brim, that's over my head. My photoshop skills are pretty pedestrian :oops:[/quote:obi8kuki] Hehe. Even with photoshop, it's still crucial to get a good exposure, but as you mentioned this particular bass is tough to shoot. Too much contrast even for digital "film" (you're shooting digital correct?) [img:obi8kuki]http://www.dingwallguitars.com/forum/files/z2_5_super_fatty_full_shot_398.jpg[/img:obi8kuki] I was wondering Sheldon, why the partially scalloped heel? Is it functional or purely aesthetic? It's a nice touch.
13 years ago
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The fret markers are so cool - the way they "ride" the wave. Really nice touch. Amazing bass Sheldon (& Eddy)! Sheldon - you keep out doing yourself man!
13 years ago
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#9591
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Wow! It's getting hard to keep up with the wow factor around here these day. Congrats on the new Z3, Fullie -- another masterpiece by Sheldon.
13 years ago
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#9586
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You are right Mark. In fact I need to post action shots of my Dingwalls at some point
13 years ago
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#9585
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[quote="fullrangebass":33zhqmgg]Hey Metalstorm. You can browse through the "What can possibly better than a Dingwall" and see couple of sweet 6strings (one of them is the first ever Prima Artist)[/quote:33zhqmgg] Let's not forget the "Show Yer Dingwall" thread. There's a really nice WPB Voodoo 6'er there. :P Mark
13 years ago
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#9584
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Ah yes, I have seen that one. It is another simply gorgeous instrument. I really must start saving up money so i can get one of these new Dingwalls.
13 years ago
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#9583
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Hey Metalstorm. You can browse through the "What can possibly better than a Dingwall" and see couple of sweet 6strings (one of them is the first ever Prima Artist)
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