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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by giallos, Dec 29, 2002.
has anybody heard of dillion basses , especialy dillion ebo shortscale bass
they are very nice quality.
moparpunk--Don't bother posting in Basses again if you are gonna post crap like I just got done deleting, got it?? Swearing, personal insults, etc. will not be tolerated. You've been around here long enough to know that.
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sorry about that. i don't know what happened last night.
i have played alot of dillions and have never come across any bad necks or anything. the finish is done well. they sound good.
and the prs g**tars, you can't even tell the difference a little bit away.
they play both the same. but better pickups and hardware on the prs.(sometimes)
you can't go wrong with a dillion.
my local music store is a dillion dealer.
I own a Dillion VMB 500-5 string (MusicMan style) bass. I also own a MusicMan StingRay5.
The Dillion came first, then the MusicMan. That's why the Dillion is my back-up bass.
The Dillion is a excellent bass. The quality is first rate, and I can't complain about it in anyway.
I have made a couple of minor electronic mods to the Dillion to improve its versatility, but they were only minor in my opinion.
You won't go wrong with the purchase of a VMB400 or VMB500-5 Dillion bass. I've never played any other Dillion instruments so I can't honestly express an opinion on them. But if they are anything like the models mentioned above, you'll be very happy.
I see that John Dillion has introduced a new series called the "V-Series". Apparently these are being made in Vietnam, hence the name.
One thing I like about Dillion is, that should you have any questions about the product, your emails are responded to directly by John Dillion who is extremely helpful.
What, no links?