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Dingwall Afterburner I
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Dingwall Afterburner I

4-string bass guitar from Dingwall .

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Dingwall Afterburner IPublished on 05/18/09 at 01:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
5 string bass handmade in Canada maple wood (I brought back from Vancouver)

It took me about 10 minutes to get used to handling cargo. (The handle has raised freight V)

It has a switch connected to a filter which allows for a pleasing sound when Slap. And the other buttons to mix the pickups, and tone.

UTILIZATION

The neck is awfully nice, the handling is very fast. The handle is easily passable from beginning to end.

The bass is also very comfortable light, it uses the same playing strength or that are raised our hands.

She possesses a very versatile, you can really play with styles always, must however take some time to explore all that sound and find its range sounds.......
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5 string bass handmade in Canada maple wood (I brought back from Vancouver)

It took me about 10 minutes to get used to handling cargo. (The handle has raised freight V)

It has a switch connected to a filter which allows for a pleasing sound when Slap. And the other buttons to mix the pickups, and tone.

UTILIZATION

The neck is awfully nice, the handling is very fast. The handle is easily passable from beginning to end.

The bass is also very comfortable light, it uses the same playing strength or that are raised our hands.

She possesses a very versatile, you can really play with styles always, must however take some time to explore all that sound and find its range sounds.

SOUNDS

The sound? From Fender to JazzBass Retro Hammer for playing metal. I always get the desired sound.

It is difficult to describe the sound because you can get such a multitude of sounds that I advise instead to try.

For my game, it is connected or on a Trace Elliot through Boss effects pedals. Either directly on a Line6 PODxt Pro.

It's a passive bass so well settled that one would think that it is active!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years.

In my history as a musician I have played or tried many basses before falling on it (including: Yamaha, Fender, Ibanez, Washburn)

The Afterburner is an investment for life, I sold all my basses (except a hammer to get a 4 string).

With experience, it's eyes closed as I take over one.
I made several friends to try, I've never had an unfavorable opinion.

Since I got this bass, I did not want to change.
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  • Manufacturer: Dingwall
  • Model: Afterburner I
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/01/2009

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Other names: afterburner i, afterburneri

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