G&L Solid Body Electric Guitars
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G&L solid body electric guitars have a lot in common (naturally) with Fender guitars, especially when you look at their body shapes. That being said, G&L guitars offer distinct innovations that really help them to stand out from the pack. These innovations have captured the attention of plenty of big name artists, including Art Alexakis, Garry Beers, Jerry Cantrell, Jerry Dixon, Andrew W.K., and more. Now it's your time to find out what all of the fuss is about.
G&L has some seriously top notch solid body electric guitars available to you, so you know that no matter which one you choose, you'll be getting something special. Honestly, your selection is probably just going to come down to personal preference. If you're not entirely sure where to begin your search, why not check out our best sellers? For example, options such as the Tribute ASAT Deluxe Carved Top Electric Guitar or the Tribute ASCARI GT90 Electric Guitar might be absolutely perfect for you, especially if you're looking for an affordable instrument with roaring tone you can make all your own.
If you're a more established player who is looking for a guitar that is truly special to show off your chops, you'll want to spend some time with the Comanche Electric Guitar. This guitar comes fully loaded with versatile electronics and a sweet performance vibrato. This guitar was the last double-cutaway guitar ever designed by Leo Fender, and is considered to represent the culmination of everything he had learned throughout his illustrious career. With a pedigree like that, it's no wonder this guitar is so popular.
Regardless of the G&L solid body electric guitar you choose, you can rest assured it will bring your playing to life like never before. After all, these are guitars that were designed by Leo Fender, the grandfather of the modern guitar! He believed his work with G&L to be the best he had ever done, and we're proud to say that he was right.