SOLD Lakland Skyline Hollowbody 34" Scale w/ optional OHSC

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Siggy, Jul 23, 2021.

  1. Siggy


    Mar 15, 2003
    Columbus Ohio
    United States
    Lakland Skyline Hollowbody with Chisonic single coil pickups. The single coil pickups are clear and strong. Well balanced, not heavy, no neck dive. Sounds great with fingers or a pick Came Plek'ed from the factory. With optional hard shell case.
    Strung with D'Addario Chromes flatwounds.

    Near mint condition. Everything works as it should. Case shows some minor wear.

    Looks, Sounds, and plays great. Since Covid I've decided to limit my playing to occasional sub/fill in work so I don't need 12 basses. Not interested in trades.

    Color: Trans Burgundy
    Scale: 34 inches
    Body: Carved Mahogany with maple top
    Neck: Maple with Indian Laurel fingerboard
    Controls: volume & tone for each pickup and 3 way toggle switch
    Weight: 8 ¾ to 9 lbs (on a kitchen scale)
    Case: Original hard shell
    Front.JPG Body.JPG Back.JPG DSCF1014.JPG DSCF1015.JPG
    From the Website:

    • 2-piece body construction
    • CS Series Chi-Sonic pickups
    • Volume, tone, and 3-way toggle controls
    • 34" scale length
    • 20 frets
    • Flat-sawn Canadian maple neck
    • Carved mahogany back and sides, carved maple top
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • Hipshot Licensed Ultra-Lites tuners

    • Case sold separately
    • Nut Width: 1.60"
    • Width @ Final Fret: 2.42"
    • Neck Depth @ 1st Fret: .800"
    • Neck Depth @ 12th Fret: .890"
    • Fingerboard Radius: 10"
    • Scale Length: 34"
    • Number of Frets: 20
    • Neck Wood: Flat-Sawn Canadian Maple
    • Body Wood(s): Carved Mahogany Back & Sides, Carved Maple Top
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood,
    • Tuners: Hipshot Licensed Ultra-Lites
    • Truss Rod Access: At HeadStock w/Cover ” 5/32" Hex
    • Bridge: Lakland Bridge (through bridge stringing only)
    • Pickups: CS Series Chi-Sonic pickups

    $975 Shipped CONUS. PayPal preferred.

    Thanks for looking.

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  2. TimBosby

    TimBosby Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 19, 2004
    Omaha, NE, USA
    Wow two of these in the Classifieds at once! I know they are different in year and build country/pickups but they're! :D
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  3. ShawnG


    May 2, 2020
    Ft Worth, TX
    Any idea of the year of manufacture of this bass?
    Also, how does it sound acoustic? I practice a lot without plugging in. Does the hollow body make it pretty resonant un-amplified? It would be nice to have a bass had a little acoustic heft for noodling around the house without going full-on ABG.
    I am SO tempted…
  4. Siggy


    Mar 15, 2003
    Columbus Ohio
    The Serial number indicates it was made November 2010. I was surprised it is almost 11 years old, I would have guessed 4 or 5. Practice while unplugged is possible. It's louder then my P-Bass by far and you can hear a bass tone. Round wound strings would make it even more audible. It wouldn't be practical if there were any background noise like a TV or kids playing. Obviously it's not as loud as an ABG but in my opinion doable.
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  5. Siggy


    Mar 15, 2003
    Columbus Ohio
    Sale Pending