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    Donald Duck Dunn, Lakland, and Fender P

    My lunchtime video viewing. Thought of Laker because the last bass Duck played was a Lakland P model.

    Duck's son takes us through a few of his father's basses. Thought you all might enjoy this one.


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    Re: Donald Duck Dunn, Lakland, and Fender P

    Thanks for posting this link Willie. I enjoyed watching it.
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    Re: Donald Duck Dunn, Lakland, and Fender P

    I remember playing what I think was a Duck Dunn prototype in the “playroom” at the old Lakland facility on Dominick Street in Chicago. At the beginning of our band’s festival season I’d bring my 55-94 in for Carl Pedigo to check it over and, while waiting, you could grab a bass and try it on several available amps that were set up. I do remember trying the Jerry Scheff signature model.
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    Re: Donald Duck Dunn, Lakland, and Fender P

    I can't think of Lakland basses without you coming to mind, Laker.
    Wish I'd bought one when I had the dosh.
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