Legacy Special is a model from the Legacy series of vintage-styled double-cut guitars made by G&L Guitars. This series is dedicated to the production of electric double-cuts based on the famed Comanche concept. Comanche is, in turn, inspired by the early incarnations of Fender`s original Stratocaster. Legacy Special is equipped with either a swamp ash, or alder body. Solid color options come with alder body, while the transparent ones have swamp ash bodies. Both variants feature flat top, bolt-on neck joint and contoured back. Standard G&L tremolo bridge with string-through construction also features chrome plating. G&L stacked humbuckers are installed in all three positions. Maple neck on this model is topped with either a maple, or rosewood fingerboard, depending on the player`s choice. Both options have 22 frets with dot inlays.
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OK guitar, looked great, best paint and finish ever. Bridge pickup passes under the top 5 strings, but does not pass under the treble E string. When bridge pickup is selected, cannot get any volume from the treble E string. Traded it away for that reason.
G&L Legacy Special 4.03 out of 5 based on 3 ratings
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