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G&L Legacy Special

STC-Shaped Guitar from G&L belonging to the USA series

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G&L Legacy SpecialPublished on 09/26/06 at 14:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in America. The high-end, an absolutely perfect violin. The quality of the patent is exceptional.
Ash body
22 frets, 3 pickups "G & L": 2 G & L Dual Blade and 1 G & L Power Blade humbucking
easel G & L Dual Fulcrum vibrato with bridges made of brass, and mechanical self-locking Sperzel.
1 volume, 1 tone knob and allowing aténuer attack and gain pickups, G & L design ("PTB system")
5-way switch.

UTILIZATION

The handle is outstanding, the most comfortable that I've ever played! Profile is modern, the satin on the back of the handle allows for quick movement without grips.
access to acute is that of a stratum, normal!

vibrato is impressive. I use it in all...…
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Made in America. The high-end, an absolutely perfect violin. The quality of the patent is exceptional.
Ash body
22 frets, 3 pickups "G & L": 2 G & L Dual Blade and 1 G & L Power Blade humbucking
easel G & L Dual Fulcrum vibrato with bridges made of brass, and mechanical self-locking Sperzel.
1 volume, 1 tone knob and allowing aténuer attack and gain pickups, G & L design ("PTB system")
5-way switch.

UTILIZATION

The handle is outstanding, the most comfortable that I've ever played! Profile is modern, the satin on the back of the handle allows for quick movement without grips.
access to acute is that of a stratum, normal!

vibrato is impressive. I use it in all directions, and my use is very similar to that of a floyd-rose (harmonics whistled, lifting agreement, etc ...) and the guitar does not Disagree with hair. Sperzel mechanics have a lot to I think.

SOUNDS

My game is quite broad: rock, blues, metal ... follows the guitar without flinching.
the pickups are extremely versatile, the system "to gain attenuator micro" is really effective and modulates his game and to have a very varied sound palette.
No noise thanks to the design of microphones.
Sounds can be very vintage or modern depending on the amp, settings, effects ...
no problem for the crunch or "hi-gain".

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years.
The only thing I can regret is the color.
I had a lot of guitar in his hands: Gibson SG and Les Paul, Stratocaster Jeff Beck signature and STD, Hammer centaur, whashburn ... since I have the G & L, I have kept that there. This guitar is exceptional, I do not sell it. She plants all the competition without any problems.

The price may parraitre expensive, but it is nevertheless well above the quality of Gibson and Fender violin to sound off competition. So yes, value for money is very good.

I would definitely do it again this election, I am even ready to pay 2 times more if necessary!
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  • Manufacturer: G&L
  • Model: Legacy Special
  • Series: USA
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/25/2013

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