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**SOLD** Lakland Skyline 44-02 Deluxe 4 string bass **SOLD**
£750
Deal, Kent

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PRICE DROP - £650 for pickup or £700 delivered by courier

 

absolutely fantastic bass for a great price.

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For sale is the fantastic Lakland 44-02 Skyline deluxe in tobacco burst with maple neck & fingerboard.

Very rarely do these come up so grab yourself a fantastic bass for a great price.

The bass is in excellent condition as has been kept in its hard case for the last 7yrs (bass is 10yrs old).

If you don’t know about these basses then check out the manufacturers website: https://www.lakland.com/product/skyline-series-44-02/

These basses sell for £1400 new so chance of getting a great sounding bass cannot be missed.

Please message me for more details.

Willing to post at additional cost.

 

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I've got two of these, they have the comfiest necks I've ever played and tonally are so versatile! Well worth the money GLWTS 

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1 hour ago, Bassman666 said:

I've got two of these, they have the comfiest necks I've ever played and tonally are so versatile! Well worth the money GLWTS 

Exactly, extremely playable and such tonal range too.

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Nice.....surprised there have been no offers TBH

GLWTS

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2 hours ago, TheGreek said:

Nice.....surprised there have been no offers TBH

GLWTS

Not as surprised as me...great bass for a great price

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12 hours ago, pippinpage said:

Thanks, I think so...no interest as yet

The daylight photos are stunning. Never thought about one of these before. I’m not in the buying market just now...after a Christmas I will be but this doesn’t deserve to hang around till then. GLWTS

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On 02/12/2019 at 21:54, merello said:

The daylight photos are stunning. Never thought about one of these before. I’m not in the buying market just now...after a Christmas I will be but this doesn’t deserve to hang around till then. GLWTS

It’s a fantastic bass and I’ll be sad to see it go...although at this rate I get to keep it for a little while longer.

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11 hours ago, jembullo said:

Lovely, if you were nearer I might just be very tempted

Can be sent via courier too.

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6 minutes ago, Bassbandit said:

You got this on ebay now m8 ?

Yes, need to sell it....and no one has bitten on here since it was posted in November.

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Yh thought i recognised it, hopefully someone else will bump it up too cover them fees.

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