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G&L Tribute S-500

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

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G&L introduces two new S-500 models in its Tribute Series.

The G&L S-500 debuted in 1983 as Leo Fender’s own evolution of the double-cutaway bolt-on axe, showcasing his G&L innovations including the Dual-Fulcrum vibrato and Magnetic Field Design single-coil pickups. These MFD pickups are designed to deliver a "sparkly top end and robust bottom end without losing midrange focus."

 

Supported by the S-500’s PTB (Passive Treble and Bass), a range of tones can be dialed in "from traditional glassy to all-out punch." A push-pull expander switch on the volume pot allows additional pickup combinations of neck+bridge and all three pickups together.

 

Available in:

  • Tobacco Sunburst over mahogany, 3-ply black pickguard, tinted gloss neck finish, rosewood fingerboard.
  • Vintage White over mahogany, 3-ply white pickguard, tinted gloss neck finish, rosewood fingerboard.

 

Pricing:

Suggested retail price of $787.

 

For more information: www.glguitars.com



Read more: http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/Daily/News/G_L_Introduces_the_Tribute_Seriess_500.aspx#ixzz24NnoIL70

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