SC-2 is the only model in the series of the same name. This series belongs to the upscale USA division of G&L catalog. With it`s Mustang-like body and slightly vintage-oriented tone, SC-2 is the perfect axe for all 1950s and 1960s aficionados. It`s curvy double-cut body is made of alder and it`s paired with a maple neck. Flat top, contoured back and bolt-on neck joint are some of the most important body appointments. All color options are finished in gloss and matched with chrome-plated hardware. Classic G&L tremolo bridge has chrome-plated brass saddles and string-through construction. Two large single coils G&L pickups are featured in the front. Maple neck is topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.


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Body Shape Mustang
Body Type Solid Body
Body Wood Alder
Bridge Tremolo
Bridge Pickup Type Single Coil
Neck Pickup Type Single Coil
Controls Tone
Controls Volume
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fret Size Medium Jumbo
Fingerboard Inlays Clay Dot
Hardware Chrome
Neck Joint Bolt-on
Neck Shape C-shaped neck
Neck Wood Maple
Number of Frets 22
Number of Pickups 2
Number of Strings 6
Pickup Switch Type 3-way Pickup Selector
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