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G&L L-2000 Electric Bass Guitar

G&L L-2000 Electric Bass Guitar

G&L guitars - familiar silhouette with some of Leo's most advanced electronics.


New (old stock) G&L L-2000 Bass from the legendary genius of Leo Fender and G&L.

When Leo Fender launched the G&L L-2000 bass in 1980, it was clear he was ready to make history all over again. Never before had such a wide range of tones come from a single bass, and throughout its evolution the iconic L-2000 has continued to win the hearts of bassists of every style and musical taste.

The foundation of the L-2000 is a pair of G&L Magnetic Field Design humbuckers backed by the flexible Tri-Tone control system, providing the sort of versatility that'll let you find your tone no matter what kind of bass line you're laying down. The Tri-Tone system features a trio of mini toggles for pickup selection, series/parallel signal routing and active/passive operation, as well as a trio of knobs for volume, treble and bass. With all that under the hood, Leo gave the L-2000 the kind of chops that'll fit in any situation, from classic R&B to power-packed rock to poppin' funk.


It is an instrument that combines proven classic virtues with the best modern refinements. The body design blends the forms of Leo's two most famous creations, and is shaped from a thick slab of premium swamp ash or alder. The body is fairly thick and therefore heavy, but the instrument balances so well that it hangs easy on the shoulder.


What's more, the L-2000 features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.


    Construction: bolt-on
    Body: alder
    Neck: maple
    Fingerboard: rosewood
    Scale: 34"
    Frets: 21
    Bridge: G&L Saddle Lock
    Tuners: G&L
    Pickups: 2*G&L Magnetic Field Design Humbucker
    Controls: Volume, Treble & Bass
    Switches: 3-way Pickup, 2-way Series/Parallel & 3-way Active/Passive
    Color: Natural Glossy Finish
    Made in: USA

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