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G&L S-500
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G&L S-500

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

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«  Start a demon! »

Published on 01/11/12 at 09:20
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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