Limited Edition of 10 Units

Included extras: Certificate of Authenticity, more to come…


Limited Edition of 10 Units

Included extras: Certificate of Authenticity, more to come…


Base Price USD $4100

Body Wood: Lightweight Swamp Ash or medium weight Alder

Neck Wood: Quartersawn, straight grain Maple with 2 graphite reinforcement bars

Fingerboard: Rosewood with Pearl Blocks and white binding

Body Finish: Candy Apple Red, Wilkins “Thin Skin” Poly or Nitro Cellulose (not as perfect as poly – grain can show through the finish) Add $300

Neck Finish: Oil (to recreate the feel of a vintage bass with the finish worn through – recommended), High Gloss (add $150)

Fingerboard Nut Width: 1.50″

Scale Length: 34”

Truss adjustment: Allen key at body

Fret Size: Medium / Vintage-Style (recommended) or Jumbo

Nut: Bone

Tuners: Hipshot Reverse Gear Open Back w/ Taper Shafts

Bridge: Hipshot Custom designed dual access (string through body or string through bridge), .750” spacing

Hardware: Chrome, Gold available by request

Strap Buttons: Dunlop dual design

Pickguard: White

Pickups: Lindy Fralin P-Bass, other brands available upon request may add additional cost

Electronics:  Passive Volume / Tone (CTS Potentiometers), Switchcraft top mounted jack

Strings:  D.Lakin by Dunlop Roundwound (040-.100) or (.045-.105), Pyramid Gold Flatwound (040-.100) or (.045-.105)

Case: G&G Traditional Fender Style Hardshell Cream with Orange Interior, Mono Vertigo Gig Bag

Warranty: Lifetime to the original owner

Duck Dunn

What you say about Duck Dunn? One of the all-time greats. Held down the bottom at Stax records for over a decade.

I met Duck in 1999 when he was preparing to go out with CSN&Y. He could not have been nicer. Bob Glaub introduced me well were bringing out the Bob Glaub model. Soon we decided to do a signature model for Duck as well. For many years Duck used an early 60-‘s P Candy Apple red P bass with a ’66 or 67 J neck. This is what we did then and are doing now.

Duck was a pleasure to work with. He was very loyal to us. When on tour with Neil Young, Neil asked him to use his ’58 P. He felt awful about it. But he did use a Bob Glaub model on Saturday night live. It was just him and Neil – how cool! I have the footage somewhere, I’ll try to get it up on the website soon.

This take on the Lakland “Duck Dunn” is done with the cooperation of Duck’s son Jeff and Mom, June. It includes a copy of “Soul Fingers”, a great book about Duck with many transcriptions of Ducks greatest recording, a duck, sticker, and more…