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Lakland Skyline 44-64 4-string electric bass gives you many of the qualities that have made its US-made counterpart one of the most popular classic-style bass guitars of all time. Made of solid ash with custom-wound P- and J-style single-coil pickups, the Skyline 44-64 delivers the thump and punch that define great bass tone. Complete with eye-catching fingerboard blocks, binding, and a matching headstock, the Lakland Skyline 44-64 4-string bass guitar is an instant classic.
Lakland Skyline 44-64 4-string Electric Bass at a Glance:
The Lakland Skyline 44-64 lets you hold down the low end in style, thanks to Lakland's rendition of the famous split-coil pickup, which gives your electric bass the trademark thump that's powered the backline on many main stages for years - you know the sound we're talking about! On top of that, this Skyline 44-64 comes loaded with a J-style single-coil pickup, giving you access to a whole universe of diverse tones. And with upgrades such as Lakland's impressive dual-access bridge,
The Lakland Skyline 44-64 4-string electric bass gives you amazing quality for a great price. That's because the Skyline 44-64, like all Skyline Series basses, is made overseas and finished in Lakland's stateside shop. So regardless of where it was originally made, each Skyline 44-64 passes through the hands of Lakland's US luthiers long before it finds its way to you. And when you add to that the fact that your Skyline 44-64 comes equipped with the same pickups and hardware as its US-made cousin, you know you're getting an amazing deal.
Lakland basses, such as the Skyline 44-64, have earned the respect of discerning players and professional bassists worldwide. Blending vintage comfort with contemporary features, Lakland basses are known for their impressive playability. Since the introduction of the company's flagship models in the mid 1990s, Lakland basses are famous for exceptional tone, playability, and build quality. When you pick up your Lakland Skyline 44-64, you're joining the ranks of such bass legends as Chris Squire, Bob Glaub, Chris Hillman, Pino Palladino, Bob Babbitt, the late, great Donald "Duck" Dunn - and many, many more.