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Custom shop Dolphin....

Discussion in 'Warwick - Custom Shop' started by JanVanHove, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. JanVanHove

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    Today's update of the custom shop gallery sure is tasty! :)

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  2. Kris

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    :shock: It just keeps getting better and better! The Dolphin has always been intriguing to me, but now I want one! Ollie, pass on my kudos to the guys at the factory!
     
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    That looks incredible!!!
     
  4. Williboyd

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    I love the look of wood...altough I don`t like the shape^^
     
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    damn I love the dolphin, and thx btw to return my attention to the gallery :wink:
     
  6. Ian

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    WOW. That wood grain is KILLER !
     
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    :shock: :shock: :shock:
     
  8. Michael J

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    *sigh*

    Barely have anough money to eat... and he show sme that...
     
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    Quit wasting money on food: just beg for it dude !!! Look what kind of wood you can get eventually........ :lol:
     
  10. Kris

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    Food is overrated
     
  11. Michael J

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    But my beer isnt!
     
  12. Ian

    Ian The Undecided Frog

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    Save your beer's money, and get yourself a CS bass ! It will be worth a million beers...
     
  13. Michael J

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    Castles of beer!
     
  14. JanVanHove

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    I just noticed that the inlays are in "fretted" position: they are between the positions where there would be lines on a lined fretless...

    wouldn't it make more sense to have them at the lines' positions, thus serving as position markers?

    I dunno, this way seem strange to me, any thoughts?
     
  15. Kris

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    I always wondered whether or not the could serve as a reference for intonation... I'd prefer them moved to where the frets would be
     
  16. Thumbfreak

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    I think the string pressed on a dolphin would not make the same sound as if it were pressed on wood, the dolphin may suffer, the wood not.
    Their resistance to abrasison may be different too... it would be a poor dolphin if it were on the intonation position...
     
  17. Kris

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    Aren't the Dolphins in between the strings?
     
  18. ThirdthumB

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    Yeah,

    funny thing (or not) is that it can be a problem on a 5 stringer...............PETA is not going to like this....... :lol:
     
  19. Kris

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    Is it ethically wrong to slap a Dolphin?:D
     
  20. Grgzilla

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    I doubt very much it makes any difference.If Warwick did it,it must work,is my opinion.It's getting very common to see fretless basses with large inlays.Take Jerzy Drozd for example.
     
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