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Leo's final word on the traditional single-cutaway bolt-on axe.
The G&L ASAT Classic is Leo's final word on the traditional single-cutaway bolt-on axe. Framed in a classic boxed-steel bridge, the single-coil Magnetic Field Design bridge pickup created by Leo Fender delivers crisp attack with complex harmonics while individual brass saddles offer modern levels of intonation refinement. Flip to the single-coil MFD neck pickup and you'll discover a delectably rich tonal palette, from round clean jazz tones to thick, gritty blues. Put ‘em together and you'll find a whole ‘nother level of heaven.
The ASAT Classic's hard-rock maple neck features an easy-playing satin finish, while its 12" radius lets you bend notes deeply and its Plek-dressed medium-jumbo nickel frets deliver silky playability. The moment you open the luxurious custom-fit Tolex hardshell case made by G&G Quality Case Co., you'll be greeted with a stunning instrument.
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Comments about G&L ASAT Classic Electric Guitar:
Just can't say enough good things about this guitar. Action is nice and low with no noise or buzzing, and silky smooth bending all up and down. The pickups are fantastic, nice an quiet without a lot of hum when you play louder or more distorted but still very sensitive. The clean sounds are to die for, and there is still plenty of bite. I really did not think I was going to like this guitar as much as I do, because I have always preferred more of a metal style guitars - strat bodies and hotrodded humbuckers but This guitar covers all the classic rock bases very nicely, it really does play so nicely that I think when I play it I sound a whole lot better than I actually am, and its so enjoyable to play that I find myself picking up the guitar and playing more and I think thats really what its about after all. I have not really played tele style guitars that much in past, and this is only the second one that I have owned, so I really don't have that much in the way of experience with tele guitars to compare it to, but what I can tell you is that if you want to play some classic rock/southern rock in the veins of Skynyrd, .38 Special, Allman brothers you could do a whole lot worse than this guitar for sure. I have guitars that cost 2-3 times this much, but I have never come across a guitar with a neck that feels as nice as this one. All the way up and down, not a buzz anywhere no matter how hard you want to bend em and shake em. If I had to find one thing to pick about this guitar thats a negative, well I guess I would have to say that I never have really cared for the tele body style that much, but it is what it is. At least the Blonde on Ash is pretty.