Whether you’re an intermediate player who’s recently outgrown your first instrument, a weekend warrior looking for an inspiring new bass, a gigging pro looking for a dependable backup—or even if you’re primarily a guitarist who needs a solid 4-string for home-studio work—this group of quality instruments will satisfy on many, many accounts.
Read the review of the G&L Tribute ASAT Classic Bluesboy Semi-Hollow here - http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2012/Dec/G_L_Tribute_ASAT_Classic_Bluesboy_Semi_Hollow_Electric_Guitar_Review.aspx
For fans of modern blues and/or classic rock looking for a quality axe that can take them from slicing bridge-pickup leads to funkier dual-pickup sounds and gristly neck-pickup tones, the Bluesboy is well worth checking out.
PG's Jordan Wagner is On Location in Milwaukee, WI, at the
Rave/Eagles Ballroom where he catches up with Alice in Chains'
guitarist, singer/songwriter Jerry Cantrell. Jerry walks us through his
current live rig for the ongoing Black Gives Way to Blue tour where
he's using Bogner and Dave Friedman Marsha heads, G&L Rampages,
Gibson Les Pauls and of course some effects including his original
Dunlop Crybaby wah used on the epic "Man in the Box."
While many players today are familiar with G&L and their more famous models, like the ASAT, what some may not be aware of is G&L’s Custom Creations Department, developed in the late ‘90s to build limited edition instruments
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