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FT: Lakland Standard Natural 5502 w/ pickguard

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by renejaime, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. renejaime


    May 25, 2005
    This is a wonderful bass I just prefer 4's, I gigged with this bass for about 2 years than just hung out in bass case... very babied and taken care of.

    Bass has been TRADED

    This is a 2004 Lakland Std Natural Fretless 55-02
    Nut Width: 1.78"
    Nut Type: Plastic
    Fret Size: .041/.085"
    Width at Final Fret: 3.3"
    1st Fret Neck Depth: .81"
    12th Fret Neck Depth: .92"
    Fingerboard Radius : 10-13" (Compound)
    Scale Length: 35"
    Frets: 22
    Bridge String Spacing: .75"
    Neck Wood: Flat-Sawn Rock Maple with Graphite Reinforcement Bars
    Body wood: Ash
    Top: None
    Fingerboard: Lined Ebony Fretless with side dots
    Tuners: Hipshot Lisc. Ultra-Lite's
    Truss Rod Access: Neck Heel: 4mm Hex
    Pickguard: white
    Controls: Cut and Boost: Bass, Midrange, Treble, Panning-style Pickup Blend Control
    Master Volume (pull for preamp bypass)
    3-way Bridge Pickup Coil Tap Toggle
    Bridge: Lakland Dual Access (through body or through bridge)
    Preamp: 3 Band Bartolini/Lakland pre
    Pickups: Active/Passive Bartolini

    Trades I'm interested in:
    4 string basses
    Lakland Skylines - Decade, Duck Dunn... with Darkstar/Chi-sonics a plus
    Fender - 57/62 reissue P basses
    open to other 4string basses as well of similar grade... especially basses with Darkstar pickups

    mesa walkabout scout
    aguilar db cabs
    bergantino cabs



  2. membranophone


    Mar 19, 2000
    Madison, WI
    Man if this had frets I'd seriously consider it. I've missed my 55-02 since I traded it away. Free bump.
  3. renejaime


    May 25, 2005
    fretless is where it's AT!!! the ONLY reason I don't play this bass is that i prefer 4s... this was my main bass for about 2years and tone of the bass can definitely be shaped several ways. Currently, the bass has old as hell TI flats that seem to sound better with age. I tend to go with a deep, thick finger-licking, BBQ sauce type tone with this bass.
  4. renejaime


    May 25, 2005
    possible trade in process... :D
  5. renejaime


    May 25, 2005

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