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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Whafrodamus, Apr 28, 2005.
Pretty cool.. eh?
I like it!
wow , my favorite so far .
What's up with the bridge? It looks green?
I actually thing thats quite ugly..hmm haha.
Yeah, I'm not a big fan of the red tort on black. IMO, it would look sweet with a black pearloid pickguard, rosewood fretboard, and matching black headstock... kind of like a Modulus Flea, I guess.
Pretty! I only like Laklands with pickguards, too bad they seem pretty rare. :/
By the way, is it just me or are there now screws in the pickguard's screw holes? Ah now I get it, he stuck it on with tape.
Didn't he just remove the jazzpup and put a scratchplate instead?
Why does the bass need the normal mix knob for anyway, it seems if there's a pot without the knob sticking very near the MM pickup, like it is pulled off.... but if there's nothing to mix... or was it?
The scratchplate looks a bit cheap to me anyway. Easy to say this is a strange model from Lakland itself. I doubt it.
there is no mix knob. it's vol, treb, mid, bass
Is that Nino's floor!!!
Or does he have a Lakland for sale!?!!?
No, Nino's floor is nicer than that.
Looks like my floor but it's not.
I have a lakland but it;s 1-Not for sale and 2-Not a nice looking as that one
i was just wondering about that...
as for the bass i wouldn't buy it but if it was fairly cheap i would. just not the best looking lakland i've ever seen...
Nope. Lakland offered that as a standard model for a while. The "76" in the name refers to the year the MusicMan Stingray debuted. Lakland also once made a "63" model with two J-pickups, but I think they discontinued it once the Joe Osborn model came out.
Did you notice that the owner has the G, D, and A strings strung thru the body while the E and B are strung thru the bridge? Pretty smart as the larger diameter taper-wound strings don't always fare well with thru-body applications (too severe of a break angle...or so says Dan Lakin).