G&L Tribute L2500 Tobacco Sunburst

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Description

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 today the L-2500™ packs all the features of the latest L-2000 into a 5-string.

Like its L-2000 brother, the foundation of the L-2500 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, the L-2500 brings the kind of chops that’ll fit in any situation, from classic R&B to power-packed rock to poppin’ funk. What’s more, the L-2500 features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock™ bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.

The Tribute® Series L-2500 delivers the magic of Leo’s revolutionary design at a price attainable for every working musician. Once you play a G&L Tribute Series, you’ll never look back.

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Details

Brand: G&L
Type: 5-String
Body Wood: Swamp Ash
Neck Finish: Clear Satin
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Construction: Bolt-On
Scale: 34″
Pickups: Two Leo Fender Designed G&L MFD Humbucking Pickups made in Fullerton, California
Neck Wood: Hard-Rock Maple Rosewood Fingerboard
Neck Width at Nut: 1-3/4″
Neck Radius: 12″
Neck Profile: Medium C
Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo, Nickel
Tuning Keys: Traditional Open-Back
Bridge: Leo Fender Designed G&L Saddle-Lock
Electronics: Tri-Tone System with 3-Position Pickup Selector, Series/Parallel Switch, 3-Position Pre-Amp Switch, Volume, Treble, Bass
Case: N/A

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