I bought this new last year. It's only been used a handful of times because I'm playing bass a lot less now. Beautiful natural finish and solid tone with a nice bit of growl typical of Lakland basses.
Collection is preferred, but I can ship at extra cost.
Feel free to message me with any questions. See below for the official blurb.
The 44-64 is modelled after the venerable workhorse '64 P bass. One custom-wound Lakland pickup provides a bruising punch and drive that nails the vintage split humbucker tone, sending it through the roof with full voicing and modern energy. The body and 34" scale maple neck have an excellent balance.
Nut Width: 1.5"
Nut Type: Delrin
Fret Size: .041/.085"
Width at Final Fret: 2.48"
1st Fret Neck Depth: .76"
12th Fret Neck Depth: .94"
Fingerboard Radius: 10"
Scale Length: 34"
Bridge String Spacing: .78"
Neck Wood: Flat-Sawn Rock Maple
Body wood: Ash
Fingerboard: Fretted Maple
Tuners: Hipshot Lisc. Ultra-Lite's
Truss Rod Access: Neck Heel: 4mm Hex
Bridge: Lakland Dual Access
2200 euros incl shipping cost!!
USA Lakland 55-94 Deluxe in Trans White. Have an ebony fingerboard, which is a rare option and expensive option. Built in 2002, with the original Bartolini pickups and 3-band Bartolini preamp, and complete with a Lakland lined hardcase (colour white cream).
Its sound Amazing... this is my main bass... as new (only 2 small small dings). At only 3.8kg it's light for a 5, but still balances really well. 35" scale, with Lakland's legendary B string, and excellent consistency across the neck.
The price incl shipping cost 😉
Up for sale is this beautiful US made Lakland Joe Osborn, recently known as 44-60 model.
Lakland took best features of preCBS jazzes ad combined it with modern features like quartersawn neck with graphite reinforcement, accessible truss rod, high-end Hipshot hardware etc.
This particular bass it classic of all classics - Olympic white finish on alder body, maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Neck, as usual with Laklands, is absolute joy to play - profile is great, fingerboard edges are round and oil/wax back feels like and old gloves. Quartersawn here is dead straight and tight, fretboard has beautiful chocolate coloration.
Bass comes from 2006 (s.n. 425, Lakin era, if that means something) and has Lakland pickups, VT VT controls. Comes with OHSC. Excellent players condition - has some scratches, small dings on the lower part of the body. Not a museum piece, but exactly condition I like - it has mojo of played bass, and you don't have to be afraid like by mint basses
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Located in Czech Republic, EU shipping included in the price. Check my feedback.