Dingwall Now Shipping Adam “Nolly” Getgood Signature NG-2 Bass

After introducing the Adam “Nolly” Getgood signature bass at NAMM this year, Dingwall Guitars has announced the NG-2 has been refined and is now shipping in Laguna Seca Blue and Ferrari Yellow colors. Black, red, and green models will follow in about four weeks.

Dingwall Adam “Nolly” Getgood NG-2 Bass - Laguna Seca Blue

Created with the Periphery bassist, the NG-2 is built around a five-piece maple neck and a two to three piece alder body. Its maple fretboard holds 24 fanned frets to account for its multi-scale string lengths. The eye-catching body colors are accented with a carbon fiber print pickguard and smoke chrome hardware.

An interesting aspect to the instrument is its custom active/passive Darkglass 3-band preamp with Bass, Low-Mid, and High-Mid controls. Getgood uses Darkglass pedals and had the company’s first onboard preamp made for his bass. Pickups include a pair of FD-3n’s that are controlled with a master volume and 4-position rotary pickup selector.

Dingwall Adam “Nolly” Getgood NG-2 Bass - Ferrari Yellow

The Laguna Seca Blue and Ferrari Yellow NG-2 basses will be available soon. Dingwall says that prices vary by country due to taxes and import fees.

Dingwall Adam “Nolly” Getgood NG-2 Bass Specs:

Body:2-3 Piece Alder
Neck:5-piece Maple
Inlays:Black Dots
Electronics:Active/Passive Custom Darkglass 3-band (Bass, Mid, Mid)
EQ Section:Bass /- @ 40 Hz, Low-Mid /- @ 500 Hz, High-Mid +/- @ 3KHz
Controls:Master Volume, 4-position Rotary Pickup Selector
Pickguard:Carbon Fiber Print
Hardware:Smoke Chrome
Colors:Ferrari Yellow, Laguna Seca Blue, Black, Ferrari Red, Ferrari Green

For more information:
Dingwall Guitars

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Leave a Reply to Gregory Mark Haigh Cancel reply

  1. I love this, a true work of art. I just wish that Dingwall would do a short-scale mutli-scale bass, and I’d sell my soul to get one. Perhaps starting with 30 or 31 inches for the G and going up from there maybe up to 34 or 35 for low B. Something like that would be my dream come true. Are you listening, Mr. Dingwall?