SOLD FS: DINGWALL SUPER P SPZ4

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by BC82, Feb 22, 2014.


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  1. BC82

    BC82 Supporting Member

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    Selling my Dingwall Super P that I recently traded for:

    -Super PZ 4
    -Swamp-ash body finished in natural satin.
    -Maple neck with a 22 fret Pau Ferro fingerboard.
    -Novax Fanned-Fret System.
    -Passive Super-P pickup.
    -Dunlop strap lock system

    This is an awesome feeling and great playing bass. However I find myself in need of a bass with more than just a P pick up. That is the only reason I'm selling it. It comes with a Dingwall heavy-padded gig bag. When I received the bass there was already a small ding on the side of the bass where your right arm would rest. Aside from that, the bass is golden.

    I recently confirmed with Barry that it was shipped from Canada on 09-19-13. So this bass is just 5 months old !!!
    Being so new I'm valuing this at [DEL]$2100[/DEL] $2000 shipped CONUS.

    Sorry but Not accepting trades

    Below are pics from the OP. I'll try to get a pic of the ding ASAP.

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  2. BC82

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    Here's a picture of the ding/dent.
     

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    Awesome player and nice slanty fret action :D
     
  4. BC82

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    Don't really want to use ebay bump
     
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  6. BC82

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    Price change bump

    $2000 shipped CONUS
     
  7. spiritbass

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    Perfect P is more like it. Mine blows me away every time we play. :D
     
  8. Laklandfan

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    How big of a change are the fanned frets?
     
  9. BC82

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    Frets are easy to adjust to. Within minutes you'll be used to them. Though in the higher registers it might take a little adjustment for chording, it does feel more natural on the wrist. Don't think too much and just play :D

    That is my experience anyway.
     
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  11. Laklandfan

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    Why is this still here?
     
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    For the prospective buyer: this bass is routed for a reverse p setup. Brass anchored and everything.

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  14. BC82

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    Paid for and shipping soon!
     

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