MORE PRICE REDUCTIONS!!!
Self employment / prepayment of taxes / medical bills
NONE of them are as nice as playing a few laklands in a band, but I can't delay the inevitable any longer...
2 laklands for sale. USA shipping preferred, and buyer covers shipping. I have cases to ship the basses in...neither are lakland cases, but I am willing to negotiate in fender hardshell SKB cases if the buyer wants a non-generic case. (which cost around $100 when I bought them)
4402 - ($850) -> reduced to $SOLD -> includes case AND SHIPPING!!
Pretty good shape. I'd give it at least an 8.5 out of 10. LIGHTweight, great balance, and my favorite neck of all my basses. Its got 1 or 2 SMALL "impressions" on the neck that I can't feel when I play. Also has a d-tuner installed. The tech who installed it said the first screw SNAPPED on install, so there is a small impression from where the screw slid across the back of the headstock. (picture attached) You probably wouldn't have noticed it if I wouldn't have mentioned it. But honesty/fulldisclosure are important. SOLID tone, SOLID bass... I will miss this bass... my first lakland.
(the bass isn't as washed out as it appear in the front shot) http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...e/IMG_3044.jpg http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...e/IMG_3046.jpg http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...e/IMG_3049.jpg
Lakland skyline SCHEFF!! - ($950) -> reduced to $875 -> includes case AND SHIPPING!!
I bought this bass here on the forum from ed friedland. GREAT bass with AMAZING tone possibilities. Pickups/placement really give this thing its own sound. The preamp was replaced before I purchased it with a DELANO 3-band preamp. (the original preamp malfunctioned/died/etc) WOW... what a great match of preamp/pickups! My favorite thing about this preamp is that when it is set FLAT, the difference between passive and active is nearly NOTHING. So, since I always favored a near-flat setting, I could use the passive/active settings to create 2 separate basses just by popping the volume/passive knob. (set the active side to a more extreme-effect type sound). I find the preamp to be natural when making small eq adjustments, until you get to the "extremes".
The bass is in the same shape that I got it...lightly played, but really awesome shape. EARLY skyline, early scheff...AMAZING color http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...e/IMG_3052.jpg http://i359.photobucket.com/albums/o...e/IMG_3056.jpg
I'll try to check the forum a few times a day to answer questions... blessings.