I have always been a big fan of P basses. Owned a couple, and for one reason or another have sold them all. I do however, have a sweet Fender seafoam green P/J body in transit…..a story for another time. Anyway, the older I become the more I realize one bass is more than enough. Especially since my only gig is a straight forward rock-n-roll band. I’m very much considering becoming a one bass dude in the next couple years. A killer P is currently top of my “one bass and call it good” list. So, the last couple weeks I’ve been reading a lot about Dingwall’s Super P’s. Watching every YouTube video I can find. These basses appear to be “the” P bass to play. The tone, solely based on videos is exactly what I’m looking for. 1.65” nut width = perfect. Unfortunately, the nearest Dingwall dealer is 4+ hours away in Seattle. No way for me to try one of these baby’s out anytime soon. I’ll get to the point; how difficult are the fanned frets to get used to? Also, it appears the overall width of the neck doesn’t increase much from nut to heel. Somewhat like a Rick. Which I absolutely love. Or, it’s an illusion caused by the fanned frets. For those of you who own or have played a Super P, how do these compare to like boutique P’s? Have to include this video….the tone, OMG!!!