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FS: Lakland Skyline 44-64 Vintage P (Korea)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Lublin, Feb 10, 2014.

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  1. Lublin

    Lublin Supporting Member

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    2005 made in Korea (consistent quality, better pickup) Lakland Skyline 44-64 Vintage P Bass. Black with mint pickguard. A few light scratches but no real damage. Plays and sounds like a BEAST! Ships with a gigbag.

    $700 shipped CONUS

    I leave for vacation February 16-27. If you're interested in this bass I urge you to send me an offer so I can do my best to ship before I leave.

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    Hi, Is this 1.75" nut width? Thanks
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    whats the weight? And are these finished in Poly I assume?
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    Yes it is.
    All Skyline series instruments are poly finished. My old dial bathroom scale says ~9 lbs.
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    What is the dot or mark on the pickguard between the volume and tone knobs in the first 2 pix ?? It looks like a screw head or a hole drilled in the pickguard. What type of gigbag ??

    Thanks for your time..............
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