#2
I'm not a Lakland guy but I know that there's a "Skyline" line that's made in Korea, which really knocks the price down. They're still not considered 'budget.'
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#3
Thanks for reply.
I know skyline series...
but I prefrer U.S.series...
I really curious about Lakland..
#4
Go play one and see if you like. For the amount of money you'd spend on a US Lakland, you really should try them out. They aren't everyone's cup of tea. Many people find them pretty modern sounding so keep that in mind.
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#5
yes,I need to try one..but it is hard for me to found someone who use LAKLAND.
I should have to make sure before I buy it, it is quite expensive.
I have to save money for a long time for it
#6
http://www.lakland.com/dealers.htm

Look for the dealers in Ohio and see if any of them are close to you.
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#11
I used a lakland darryl jones for around a year and it was the best jazz bass I've ever played. The darryl jones wasn't terribly versatile, but the 55-94 is. It can get tons of useable tones but its not everyones cup of tea. Lakland has great sound samples on their website. I know tone is only so much, but its a start. Here is the link: http://www.lakland.com/ac_5502.htm (this is the skyline version, but the american will sound very very similar)
#12
I love Laklands--they have such a great classic rock sound. I lurve the Duck Dunn Signature bass they put out, I'd almost take one of those over a MIA P bass.