The Phyllis Model is a recreation of the classic 1960s Stratocaster. G&L puts a special spin on this model with their own G&L pickups and electronics. Alnico V single-coils are installed in all three positions, giving a fuller and smoother tone to the Phyllis Model. Master volume knob is accompanied by a bass roll-off, treble roll-off and a five-position blade switch. Both the bass and treble roll off knobs apply to all three pickups, though the treble roll-off knob has a push/pull switch which alters between the all three pickups mode and neck-bridge mode. Double-cut swamp ash body is topped with a G&L hardtail bridge and white pickguard. Bolted maple neck has a 22-fret maple fingerboard on it`s top.
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The G&L Blondie is a fantastic guitar. It has all the attributes of a classic Strat with all 7 pickup combinations possible. G&L only made 100 of these so they have to go up in value. You can keep it as an investment (bad idea), or carefully play and enjoy it as it increases in value. You cannot lose. I have a $4000.00 Custom Shop Strat, and the Blondie beats the pants off it! If you can find one...buy it!!
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