I have gotten SO CLOSE to pulling the trigger on a Dingwall about a dozen times. The design really intrigues me. Here's my one major hangup. I have to be able to dial in some classic passive tones. No, it doesn't need to sound exactly like a P or J. But it does have to sound "woody" and "organic". Yes, I realize those are horrible descriptors. But they are all I could come up with. Some basses, even in passive mode, just sound "modern". It has a lot to do with construction. So, short version, can a Dingwall (specifically an NG3 5 string) "sound classic"? If not an NG3, is there one in particular (other than a Super P...I've got P basses covered) that does the passive thing really well? I'm probably not going to drop 4 or 5 grand on my first one either. I'm fine with used. Any comparison to other passive basses or general discussion of Dingwalls in passive mode is welcome. Thanks!