Lakland Bass Guitars

4 String Basses

USA Series 44-94 Fretless
USA Series 44-60 (Vintage J)
Skyline Series J-Sonic 4
Skyline Series 44-01
USA Series 44-64 Custom
USA Series 44-94
Classic Series 44-60

Lakland 4 String Basses

Since the introduction of our flagship models in the mid 1990’s, Lakland Bass guitars have come to be regarded as some of the most well respected instruments in the studio and on the stage, favored by discerning players and professional artists worldwide. Recognized for superior tone, playability and construction, the vintage comfort and contemporary ingenuity of our basses deliver an unparalleled playing experience.

At Lakland, we invest in innovation and set new benchmarks for quality and versatility. We listen closely to the instruments – and to the people who play them. Anything we can do better, we will do best.

We’re happy to answer your questions about any of our available instruments, or provide you with a quote for a custom build*. If don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call at (888) 958-4494, email us directly at, or use the contact form and we’ll get back to you.

Thanks for stopping by. We look forward to adding you to the growing list of great players that have chosen Lakland.

Due to unprecedented supply chain delays lead-time for a custom build is approximately 160 days. We appreciate your understanding.


USA Series 44-94

Lakland basses have a reputation for being among the most well-built instruments on the market. This is in large part due…

USA Series 44-51

The 44-51 captures the rich and defined power of the early basses that revolutionized the four-string low-end world. The tone and…

USA Series 44-AJ

Vintage meets modern. The 44-AJ Deluxe incorporates the vintage neck shape and feel of the 44-60, but adds a beautiful figured…




We’re happy to answer your questions about any of our available instruments, or provide you with a quote for a custom build.

“Thanks for stopping by. We look forward to adding you to the growing list of great players that have chosen Lakland.”