I was out of town last Tuesday & went to one of the local L&M to check things out. Being a lefty, quite often it's usually the situation that there's one token lefty bass and 9 times out of 10 it'll be a Squier of some sort (which is fine, I have a VM Jazz that I regularly play). Either way I go in and what's there today? A Dingwall NG-2! Holy crow! I asked Dingwall years back (before the Saskatoon factory burnt) if they made lefties and at the time they didn't. Either way, it is an amazing player and now I have savage GAS lol. I have some questions though. What's the consensus on tone? Can one get a vintage sort of tone with it? I was going there to see if they had a player series Precision. Strings. Who makes flats/ground wounds for a 34"-37" scale? Durability. Does it age well? Hardware and such. Resale. Any? This one could be a collectable of sorts. It's the first lefty that was made for NAMM. Any other feedback appreciated. Normally I wouldn't have any chance of getting something like this but it's been there for awhile so they'll rent it to me and 1/2 of what I pay out in rent will go on the purchase should I choose to buy it. Pics of course. Really like the colour too. Don't like garish colours like on a lot of Dingwalls I've seen.