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Lakland pictures

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ODDBALL, May 5, 2005.


  1. ODDBALL

    ODDBALL

    Mar 2, 2005
    Salida, CA
    Does anybody have any Lakland 55-01 Natural pics? I have been looking and cant find any good pics of one. Thanks for any help. :)
     
  2. ODDBALL

    ODDBALL

    Mar 2, 2005
    Salida, CA
    So nobody has any pics. :( :bawl:
     
  3. mikezimmerman

    mikezimmerman Supporting Member

    Apr 29, 2001
    Omaha, Nebraska
    If you look at some of the big dealer sites, especially Bass Central, you'll find pictures of 44-01's and 55-01's in all kinds of finishes. It's not that hard...
     
  4. ODDBALL

    ODDBALL

    Mar 2, 2005
    Salida, CA
    I have seen those and I didnt like them, I was woundering maybe somebody has some other pics. ;)
     
  5. catwig1

    catwig1

    Mar 4, 2001
    Brighton, UK
    Here are some pics of natural Laklands from the Gallery website:
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    I hope that was sorta helpful :)
    Matt
     
  6. eric234

    eric234 Guest

    Mar 11, 2005
    philadelphia
    try www.musician'sfreind.com they have lakland's
     
  7. djcruse

    djcruse

    Jun 3, 2002
    Norwood, MA
    Here's a natural 44-01. Just imagine one more string on it!

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  8. ODDBALL

    ODDBALL

    Mar 2, 2005
    Salida, CA
    Thanks for the pics. I liked them :)
     
  9. ODDBALL

    ODDBALL

    Mar 2, 2005
    Salida, CA
    Why is the first 55-02 of catwig1 post look like that and the second pic of the 55-02 looks nice. They are both Natural and yet one looks :meh: yellow. Can somebody please tell my why that is?
     
  10. djcruse

    djcruse

    Jun 3, 2002
    Norwood, MA
    Lighting.

    Ever notice when you take pictures, sometime skin tone can look a bit more blue or green in certain types of light? Same principle at work here.

    Also, there are subtle variances in what is considered "natural," just as there are variances in what is considered "blue."