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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bassicsax, Sep 9, 2008.
Check out what i just ordered at my local music shop...
Looks like the very same bass, color and all, Ben Kenney has!
Sorry, but I can't tell what it is from the small image. Guessing/Assuming it's a Lakland though....
That won't suck, even a little.
Can you make the pic larger, I can barely see it.
Didnt that local music store just have one of these hangin up last week?
I played it and definitely liked it, and I dont really dig on hollowbodies.
i gotta say, i really dont like the look or feel of a lakland hollow body, and im a DIE HARD hollowbody addict
Thats not actually the one im getting though, the one im getting is from a music shop in Memphis, but its the exact same bass, color and all...
what I meant also when i said i ordered it is that i put some money down on it, in my excitement i wasnt thinking and just said that i ordered it. either way i will be getting it soon and I am really looking forward to it...
That looks live one cool bass! congrats and have fun with it!
i love you
I was gonna wait to get this bass, but then i realized that they no longer came with bartolini's, so I decided to grab this one up...
As much as I drool at the thought of a 5-string hollow body strung with TI Jazzflats, I'm always somewhat wary of the possibility of feedback with hollow-bodied basses at stage volume. Can anyone shed some light on the characteristics of Lakland's hollow-bodies?
While I havent gigged mine yet as i dont technically have it yet, I have used my friends on a gig. I didnt have any feedback issues, although with an overdrive pedal I was able to make it feedback, but it wasnt feeding back unless I really wanted it to.
My buddy had a Lakland hollowbody, he ended up selling it because he said it was too thuddy, whatever you interpret thuddy to be.