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STC-Shaped Guitar from G&L belonging to the USA S-500 series

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  • bmazzegabmazzega

    my best guitar

    G&L S-500Published on 10/17/12 at 15:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Indonésia manufacturing quality microphones fire god especially with the push-pull.
    TV sounds, Strat, Lag, and Sg in which we want the treble booster.

    We feel a real signature and for good reason! Thank you Leo.

    UTILIZATION

    Access to acute difficult but we gain sustain.
    All sounds are good and effect as my line6 HD500 is done to highlight if it minimizes the patch that is often overloaded. Why make it sound too complicated when the sound is already good at the source.

    SOUNDS

    Of the crystalline soft jazz. I played with vox and Fender lamps.
    I had gibson (SG YPA) and I do not feel any orphan.

    OVERALL OPINION

    downside: the ivory white takes on more yel…
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    Indonésia manufacturing quality microphones fire god especially with the push-pull.
    TV sounds, Strat, Lag, and Sg in which we want the treble booster.

    We feel a real signature and for good reason! Thank you Leo.

    UTILIZATION

    Access to acute difficult but we gain sustain.
    All sounds are good and effect as my line6 HD500 is done to highlight if it minimizes the patch that is often overloaded. Why make it sound too complicated when the sound is already good at the source.

    SOUNDS

    Of the crystalline soft jazz. I played with vox and Fender lamps.
    I had gibson (SG YPA) and I do not feel any orphan.

    OVERALL OPINION

    downside: the ivory white takes on more yellowish than expected on the screen ordo,
    even if the weather will improve and make everything clearer to the (word fenderiste).
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  • MGR/G&L LoverMGR/G&L Lover

    G and L S-500

    G&L S-500Published on 09/11/02 at 15:00
    Bought From a friend used. Paid $600

    It has a great sound and for blues or rock, which I play both. Compared to my dad's Gibson Les Paul Custom it is so much better of a sound.

    I love everything and Hate nothing.

    It has a lightweight body and and a fast neck. If you know anything about G&L you know its quality made, which is true.

    I love this guitar. I've never played anything as good.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • pitchoo34pitchoo34

    Start a demon!

    G&L S-500Published on 01/11/12 at 09:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Technical Specifications G & L S500 Usa rosewood pearl white:
    Alder wood body with mesh
    Maple neck
    Rosewood
    Width at nut 41.3mm
    22 frets
    G & L Mechanical in oil bath
    3 single pickups G & L Magnetic Field
    5-way switch
    Control volume, PTB system and mini-toggle
    Bridge G & L Dual Fulcrum
    Deluxe Molded Case G & L

    UTILIZATION

    It has all of a Start but improved version.
    C is the ultimate result of the stratocaster by its creators as are George Fullerton and Leo Fender.
    Indeed, after leaving Fender in 70, these two acolytes have set up the company Musicman and G & L
    Their goal was to make a guitar that is the fruit of their experience and that brings real inn…
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    Technical Specifications G & L S500 Usa rosewood pearl white:
    Alder wood body with mesh
    Maple neck
    Rosewood
    Width at nut 41.3mm
    22 frets
    G & L Mechanical in oil bath
    3 single pickups G & L Magnetic Field
    5-way switch
    Control volume, PTB system and mini-toggle
    Bridge G & L Dual Fulcrum
    Deluxe Molded Case G & L

    UTILIZATION

    It has all of a Start but improved version.
    C is the ultimate result of the stratocaster by its creators as are George Fullerton and Leo Fender.
    Indeed, after leaving Fender in 70, these two acolytes have set up the company Musicman and G & L
    Their goal was to make a guitar that is the fruit of their experience and that brings real innovation to the instrumentalists.
    That about sums the genesis of g & l and in particular the S-500.
    Double trussrod: the handle s more stable.
    Easel also improved

    SOUNDS

    The pickups and electronics were re-examined in order to provide a wide range of sound.
    It covers the stratum and the telecaster mode by activating a small switch that selects two or three external microphones simultaneously.
    An electronic control allows sound to shape the tone with two knobs at the bottom of the filters that are cut high frequency medium frequency or cut.

    I play rock style rolling stones, Mark Knopffler, JJ Cale, Clapton.

    The guitar also adapts to hard ACDC style.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good instrument. Very versatile.
    We al feel to play on the custom shop, a finish that is flawless and the guitar through all of modern innovations and patents that are implemented on this instrument.
    Coupled to my mesa boogie express, c is a whole demon who did not limit.
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  • GuilbertvinceGuilbertvince

    G&L S-500Published on 05/25/04 at 12:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    MODEL Ultra Thin, by hand, and it shows!
    This model is equipped with 22 large frets, Maple neck, which allied to the neck provide comfort worthy of the great Fender of yesteryear, it's basically butter!
    The bridge is a Dual fullcrum designed by the legendary George Fullerton that offers all the advantages of a floyd without the drawbacks (ie a movement in either direction, and held a perfect agreement with the mechanical Shaller wraps).
    It has three microphones simple adjustable pads that provide the "send mashed broccoli on Saturn", specifically if you like vintage sounds that shine, slamming and hang, you might have the pole .. .

    UTILIZATION

    For access to acute, it is mor…
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    MODEL Ultra Thin, by hand, and it shows!
    This model is equipped with 22 large frets, Maple neck, which allied to the neck provide comfort worthy of the great Fender of yesteryear, it's basically butter!
    The bridge is a Dual fullcrum designed by the legendary George Fullerton that offers all the advantages of a floyd without the drawbacks (ie a movement in either direction, and held a perfect agreement with the mechanical Shaller wraps).
    It has three microphones simple adjustable pads that provide the "send mashed broccoli on Saturn", specifically if you like vintage sounds that shine, slamming and hang, you might have the pole .. .

    UTILIZATION

    For access to acute, it is more fender fender so that no problem, the body is that of a Start but with an indescribable something that makes what is much more beautiful then we sum up, it's mouth, the sound and sensations.

    SOUNDS

    I played recently acquired previously on a lag roxane, but since receiving the baby, I really feel like become a guitarist.
    This guitar is simply a killer, it's a stratocaster who escaped 60 years and was disguised as a futuristic guitar, it is the perfect blend of vintage and the most useful gadgets, basically you throw over and you burst!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Wonderful, beautiful, horny!
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  • Anonymous

    G&L S-500Published on 02/24/08 at 14:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in California
    Enough freight
    Dual Fulcrum Bridge by G & L
    Volume, 2 tone, 5-way switch, switch
    Channel ideal type strato 1962

    UTILIZATION

    Channel perfect and beautiful
    Very good access to acute, better than strtocaster
    Guitar light but stable and balanced
    Plug and play, and you input humiliated the best strato custom shop. You think I hear Hendrix or worse.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for all styles except metal but is it music?
    Supro, Peavey Delta Blues, Logic Studio
    Well, for sounds moving from Electric Ladyland Wish you were hear Let it bleed through. But of course it is still necessary for me to progress to play this!
    I hate the sound: that of the other…
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    Made in California
    Enough freight
    Dual Fulcrum Bridge by G & L
    Volume, 2 tone, 5-way switch, switch
    Channel ideal type strato 1962

    UTILIZATION

    Channel perfect and beautiful
    Very good access to acute, better than strtocaster
    Guitar light but stable and balanced
    Plug and play, and you input humiliated the best strato custom shop. You think I hear Hendrix or worse.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for all styles except metal but is it music?
    Supro, Peavey Delta Blues, Logic Studio
    Well, for sounds moving from Electric Ladyland Wish you were hear Let it bleed through. But of course it is still necessary for me to progress to play this!
    I hate the sound: that of the other guitars since I have it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 1989
    The + sound
    The - I became almost sectarian
    I tried up to 12000 euros stratocaster (1968). And I love my es 335.
    Purchased the equivalent of 800 euros at the time, in San Francisco.
    I changed the bridge and neck pickups for two double coils Rod Evans. And then you die because you can even get close to the Les Paul version page.
    There is no choice. Stop following the auction of strato expensive on eBay and go to the blues all, one who cries.
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