Lakland Skyline Fretless Hollowbody Bass Shoreline GoldProduct #517723 Lakland 517723 BAF Fretless Electric Bass https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Authoritative acoustic air and slippery fretless growl.
The Skyline Hollowbody results from the collaboration between master bass builder Michael Tobias and Lakland that led to the development of the original Hollowbody. This fretless version features the same 2-piece construction and cavity dimensions as the US-made model giving it a similar thick and rich tone with fantastic definition. Adding to its classy, vintage vibe, a single f-hole recalls the model's acoustic instrument heritage.
The natural tone is complemented by a set of splittable Bartolini humbuckers with snazzy chrome surrounds designed specifically for Lakland. Dial in a wide array of sounds with the volume, tone, and 3-way toggle. From deep, authoritative notes reminiscent of an upright to aggressive and throaty sounds capable of cutting through as a solo voice, the Hollowbody is responsive, with a solid tonal center that many hollow basses lack.
Lakland luthiers now do their fret work using Plek technology to assure optimum playability. Plek is a CAD/CAM machine with scanning capability. It was developed to perform high-speed, highly accurate fret dressing, nut and bridge slotting and shaping, and engraving work. When used by an experienced luthier, the Plek machine produces necks with fretwork and action that equal the very best handwork and does it consistently.
- 2-piece body construction
- Custom-designed splittable Bartolini humbuckers
- Chrome pickup surrounds
- Volume, tone, and 3-way toggle controls
- 34" scale length
- Flat-sawn Canadian maple neck
- Carved mahogany back and sides, carved maple top
- Lined rosewood fingerboard
You've put in the practice time, you know all the scales. You're ready for a completely unique voice, and this is it! Order now.