Our goal is simple: We want to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up every time you play a Dingwall
For our team of craftspeople, building instruments is the most fascinating and fulfilling experience imaginable. It is the meeting place between the technical world of physics and engineering and the emotional world of soul and passion. Instruments from centuries ago are today still cherished, passed on from generation to generation. We believe that the instruments we build will share the same legacy. Because of this, we build every instrument with passion and reverence.
We don’t do a lot of green basses but when this customer requested Dark Candy Green we jumped at the chance. Our inspiration was the Green used on Fury Guitars. Our friend Glenn McDougall from Fury has always had a great eye for color. Our painter Paul came up with his own version and nailed it.
The Prima Artist is the rarest of the rare for us. This one featuring beautiful Redwood burl top and back plates with flamed walnut, flamed maple and macassar ebony making up the remaining. This one arrives at Bass Northwest in Seattle today.
Sometimes nature cooperates. Check out how the grain seems to flow around the pickups as if it were water. The unique color and figuring in buckeye burl is natural. We’ve added no dyes or enhancements… Just love:)
Our endorser and friend Felipe Gomez will be doing another Bike and Bass tour this summer in support of the United Way. He will be biking from Saskatoon to St. Johns, NL doing clinics and gigs along the way. Please check him out when he’s in your area. Find out more at www.bikeandbasstour.ca
We’d like to congratulate Prescott Niles on the 35th Anniversary of the release of their debut album “Get the Knack”. This album broke New Wave into the mainstream paving the way for new music, fashion and youth culture everywhere. Prescott has been playing and endorsing Dingwall basses since 1997.