G&L Expands Tribute Series With New M-2000 and M-2500 Basses

Fullerton, CA (June 25, 2012) – Three decades ago, the G&L L-2000 bass served notice that company founder Leo Fender was ready to disrupt the status quo of bass

Fullerton, CA (June 25, 2012) – Three decades ago, the G&L L-2000 bass served notice that company founder Leo Fender was ready to disrupt the status quo of bass design. Now the new Tribute Series M-2000 and M-2500 harness that power with a sonic palate that will surprise and delight new and die-hard G&L fans alike.

Leo’s MFD humbuckers have always been the heart of the iconic L-Series. In the all-new M-Series, these powerhouses are voiced to fully exploit a studio-quality 18v preamp system that incorporates volume, pickup blend, treble, middle and bass controls creating an amazing array of tonal possibilities for any playing style. The new M-Series preamp harnesses the power of those meaty MFD humbuckers without a hint of clipping. The “feel” of the M Series Basses is familiar and every design aspect rock solid.

Body and Neck Options Include:
• Honeyburst over swamp ash, clear satin neck finish, rosewood fingerboard
• Gloss Black over basswood, clear satin neck finish, maple fingerboard
• 3 Tone Sunburst over swamp ash, clear satin neck finish, maple fingerboard (M-2000)
• Blueburst over swamp ash, clear satin neck finish, rosewood fingerboard (M-2000)

The best tools are simple, intuitive and easy to use, and that’s exactly what you’ll find in the new M-Series package. Suggested retail prices starting at $973.00 for the M-2000 and $1045.00 for the M-2500.

For more information:
www.glguitars.com

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