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  Wednesday, 28 July 2010
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I was wondering the price on the Z1 with the Jamaican colors. And what other specs are there and the prices on them. I'm new to Dingwall.
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[quote="Dingwall":1mnngy4j]I was wondering the price on the Z1 with the Jamaican colors. And what other specs are there and the prices on them. I'm new to Dingwall.[/quote:1mnngy4j] Greetings! Welcome to the message board and to the BEST basses in the world! I'm not Dingwall Sales (he's got way more hair than I), but I can certainly answer questions about this bass. I'm the one who ordered, paid and own the bass. The off the shelf features: -Dual density swamp ash body -Standard Dingwall Bridge -5 piece maple neck. 24 frets -FD-3 pickups that are internally switchable between series/parallel -Aguilar OBP-1 2 band preamp, 18v, wired with Sheldon's proprietary hybrid treble control. -Switching: Pre on/off; neck pickup S/P; Bridge pickup S/P -4 way rotary switch for Neck/Series/Parallel/Bridge settings -See the Dingwall Z-series webpage for more specific info. Custom options: - Maple fingerboard (at the time a special order)/Poly finished neck - Discontinued Voodoo body shape (with new carve details) -Top wood: Spalted/Flamed maple (premium select wood option) -Matching pickup covers from top wood, matching finish -Matching headstock, also from top-wood. -Block inlays at 5 & 12, black bordered, matching finish & inlay wood. Also, you should know that Sheldon and I had a gentleman's deal on this configuration/body shape/finish, etc. so that this would be a one-off, at least for now, so you'd have to talk with him to see if that's still in effect. Also, I believe that some of the options I chose are no longer available on Zebra series instruments. In terms of price, what I paid was based upon 2005 pricing and now would have no meaning in relation to the current price (I haven't seen one for a year or two). I will say that "it wasn't a budget bass"...in terms of cost...but it was a bargain in relation to the pleasure I get from it. Worth every single penny. ps: the colors aren't actually the colors of Jamaica (Black, Yellow, Green) but the colors of Ethiopian flag Green-Gold-Red.
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Hey Sam not sure why you didn't receive the price list in the past 2 emails. I have resent the price list to the new address you forwarded, in case you still have trouble opening it please forward me your phone # so that we can discuss getting you the bass that you want.
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