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G&L Legacy
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G&L Legacy

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

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christian.cuisinier christian.cuisinier

«  What a slap! »

Published on 07/11/14 at 01:41
Fender a little 'd' (overweight ': a little bulky +, + as the frets are big, it's big +!
Made in Indonesia.
Bridge "dualFulcum" concept Leo Fender better than Fender and Musicman without doubt the perfection comes with time ...
22 frets; 3 single pickups USA (we know!) normal config; but "PTB" excellent view sounds.
-The maple fingerboard is beautiful and certainly very nice (I do not play enough or sweat to find out! ...).

UTILIZATION

No, for me, the handle is difficult because too big.
The weight is substantial but it is quality! (45 mm body and maple! ...) The strato ergonomics are excellent! ...
Idemme acute attacks; sounds: the great "50" genre? (I know, but after one or two Fender in 40 years (!), I think the G & L is better than the disappointments of "70s" and 80s are far ...

SOUNDS

Play 'Start' is to have the courage to play "strength"! ... This is harder than all the guitars double / humbuckers ... It is also more exciting choice is subtle ...
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