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Lakland 4402

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by drobinsn, Feb 24, 2014.

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    Like new Lakland 4402 Skyline series. Sunburst with maple neck. Lakland Hanson MM/J pickups render a vast range of tonal capabilities. The neck has one of the lowest and smoothest playing actions I have ever seen. This attributed to the "plek" computer operated fret scan and neck alignment process that every Lakland bass undergoes. She weighs in at a comfortable 8.7 lbs. The extra toggle switch between the volume and treble knob is an active/passive switch. The push/pull volume knob is still present. According to the previous owner this can be reversed. The finish is perfect outside of a small paint chip on the back side of the body near the neck pocket. I had to look three times to find it. Purchased during a G.A.S. attack believing that I wanted an active bass again. Reality sets in again that active basses are just not my "cup of tea" I can't get away from that good old passive Fender sound. Asking $825 shipped in lower 48 states. PayPal only.

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    Sorry, no trades.
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    Texan 667 Neighbor of the Beast. Supporting Member

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    Case or gig bag?
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    I just found a basic Fender gig bag I could throw in if interested.
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    I played this one last night with the band. I was quite surprised how well it cut through the mix. I was also impressed with the tonal flexibility it offered. It is just hard to judge any bass while sitting at home playing it. This one is a "keeper". Closing the thread.
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