SOLD - Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red - SOLD

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bassketcase
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SOLD - Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red - SOLD

Post by bassketcase » 16 Jan 2017, 23:07

Hey all

My beloved Lee Sklar.

PRICE: $3500 (priced to sell!)

5string with hipshot exteder
Colour: Candy Red
Body: Northern Ash/Alder
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Wenge
Electronics: Glockenklang 3 band Active/Passive

Such a versatile bass - which I used to assume meant that a bass was just OK at doing different styles/tones but the LS Dingwall does them all impeccably. The woods and electronics combination really are done so well on this bass.

I used this bass to record only and home practice only (never gigged) and have looked after it.
There is a teeny paint chip on the top of the rear body (behind the arm rest so you dont see it from front on). Happened when I was absent minded when fine adjusting the neck tension and took a small nip off the paint.

Otherwise it is in great condition. Comes with a perfect Dingwall gigbag.

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Hit me up with a text if you are interested as I dont get on as much these days. I can do interstate if you pay the shipping.

Cheers

Mike - Perth WA


Sold Locally. Cheers!
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by drbass » 17 Jan 2017, 05:01

Nice - GLWTS.

Regards,
Michael
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by Classic5 » 17 Jan 2017, 07:50

Yeah baby! Never thought I'd see another one of these here :cool:

What can I say, wonderful bass and yes, definitely priced to sell. :partydance:
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by giggawazza » 17 Jan 2017, 10:04

pm'd
Heaps o nice gear, I'm old and have a job...

bassketcase
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassketcase » 17 Jan 2017, 10:50

Hey Gigga - cant see a Pm? Ive sent you one anyways. Cheers!

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grooveinsyd
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by grooveinsyd » 17 Jan 2017, 15:05

pretty pretty pretty :drool: :drool:

bassketcase
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassketcase » 17 Jan 2017, 23:14

Thanks fellas. It is hard to let go of this one.

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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassmaniac69 » 18 Jan 2017, 12:31

Very nice, I'd love to try one of these one day to see how it compares to my AB2!

bassketcase
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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassketcase » 18 Jan 2017, 12:43

Hey Bassmaniac - I tried a few AB's when I was buying this one and the AB's are amazing instruments for sure. I just found the LS had a little bit edgier tone and playability but really Dingwalls are just epic instruments all round and I dont think there are any bad ones lol.

This one is still up for grabs!

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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassketcase » 24 Jan 2017, 15:07

Bump. The drop A is really killer on this bass!

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Re: Dingwall Lee Sklar Candy Red

Post by bassmaniac69 » 25 Jan 2017, 09:40

bassketcase wrote:Hey Bassmaniac - I tried a few AB's when I was buying this one and the AB's are amazing instruments for sure. I just found the LS had a little bit edgier tone and playability but really Dingwalls are just epic instruments all round and I dont think there are any bad ones lol.

This one is still up for grabs!
Thanks mate, I love my AB but you know how it is, I'm always on the search for something different (as opposed to better) and I've always wondered what these are like. If I had the $$ I would consider this to add to the collection :)

GLWTS!

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