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SOLD FS: Rare USA 2001 Lakland Bob Glaub (44-64) BG02

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Captain Bob, Oct 23, 2013.


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  1. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    SOLD!

    Price reduced to move this along. I'm parting with this instrument to help fund another.

    2001 USA Bob Glaub - Serial #2. (BG02) Perhaps, Bob Glaub has number 1. Mint condition, and played only in the residence. Non-smoking, pet free home.
    Low action. Unusually smooth tuning keys.
    And, of the three Lakland basses I have owned (USA Duck Dunn and USA Joe Osborn), the neck on this bass is the thinnest, both front to back, and width. This bass will bring the thunder.

    I have installed a Tonestyler pot. These are quite versatile. The original 250K pot and the green .05 Mica capacitor (chick-let) will be included. An extra white pearl pickguard (Roger at Jeannie), a white parchment guard, and a mint green guard (original) included.

    White Lakland case (also mint/new condition). The original G&G brown case was replaced with this one and its long gone.

    Extremely well cared for... Every string change saw gentle 'orange oil' fretboard cleaning, with treatment afterward using Howard's 'Feed 'N Wax'.

    Present strings are R Cocco Nickel .045, .065, .080, .100.
    No fret wear.

    Specs:
    2001 Lakland 'Bob Glaub' (44-64) - Serial #2
    USA made 4-string 'Vintage P'
    Burgundy Mist metallic
    34" scale
    Bone nut
    1.5 nut width
    Alder body
    Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
    Lindy Fralin pickups
    Weight: 9.0 lbs

    $2295.00 shipped Fed Ex Ground CONUS. Paypal accepted.
    The bass resides in the Nashville area. No trades.

    Email - B17b25guy@comcast.net

    Photos taken in poor light....

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  2. basspraiser

    basspraiser Jammin for the Lamb! Supporting Member

    Dec 8, 2006
    Chicago - NW Burbs
    yummy....

    GREAT looking bass....
     
  3. funk7856

    funk7856 Supporting Member

    Feb 22, 2012
    Atlanta
    hubba hubba
     
  4. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    Thanks for the kind words folks!
     
  5. DigthemLows

    DigthemLows Supporting Member

    Oct 10, 2003
    Sacramento CA
    Of all the basses I've played over the years, a fretless Wal, and a USA Glaub have blown me away the most..........if I had money or could somehow justify I'd be on this so fast!! Very nice looking instrument you have............."bump"
    :)
     
  6. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    Thank you! Ah, the Wal. For years, I salivated over the old Pro IIE. I have never played one.
     
  7. overbybr

    overbybr Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Oh.
    My.
    Glaub.

    (pun intended)
     
  8. soxhats

    soxhats Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2011
    Raleigh, NC
    As the owner of a 2002 USA Glaub with the jazz neck, can't say enough about the quality of this model. GLWTS.
     
  9. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    Now that's clever!
     
  10. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    Don't make me have second thoughts!
     
  11. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    Priced reduced to move along prior to Ebay listing.
     
  12. Captain Bob

    Captain Bob Supporting Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Nashville
    SOLD....thank you everyone. Thank you, Chris.
     

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