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The ultimate evolution of Leo Fender design.
Whether you want fat traditional tones or funky slappin' and poppin' punch, the L-2500 does it all. Crafted...
Founded by Leo Fender, George Fullerton and Dale Hyatt, G&L has created some of the finest guitars and basses the world has ever seen. Built off of Leo’s original Fender designs, but with a number of contemporary enhancements, every instrument that comes out of their shop continues to live up to the high-quality standards set out by the company on day one. As playable as they are collectible, the selection of electric basses in this section are a testament to everything Leo Fender stood for. If you’ve recently decided to play electric bass, but are still looking for a quality instrument to start out on, you’ve definitely come to the right section. Options like the Tribute JB2 4-String Electric Bass and the Tribute SB2 Electric Bass Guitar give you everything you need to begin your musical journey with their advanced electronics, distinct tonewood and Leo Fender-designed single-coil or split-coil pickups. High-end in feel, you’ll be surprised these basses were crafted for novice players.
Are you looking for something with a little more kick to it? Then you’re searching for the L-2000 Electric Bass Guitar Royal Purple Metallic. Made in Leo Fender’s historic G&L facility and featuring two G&L Magnetic Field humbucking pickups, as well as a number of electronic controls, this guitar has a resonant tone that allows you to go from genre to genre with ease. Powerful in sound and appearance, this guitar is incredibly fun to play.
If you’re here for the best of G&L though, you need to spend some time with the L-2500 5-String Bass Guitar. Constructed of premium swamp ash and flame maple with a string-thru neck, this extended-range bass features two patented G&L Magnetic Field humbucking pickups and G&L Tri-Tone active/passive electronics for a controllable tone that goes from smooth to snappy with the flip of a switch. Song after song and year after year, you’ll love every note this instrument plays.
Need another reason to go with G&L? Just check out the list of musicians that use their basses. Aerosmith’s Tom Hamilton, James LoMenzo of Black Label Society, Ric Markmann of Heart, and so many other top artists all groove on a G&L bass. If you’re looking for a bass to bring out the best in your play, musicians everywhere would agree, G&L is the way to go.