FS: Trans Green G&L L2000 (GandL)...
I'm putting up my G&L for what I paid for it. Great bass, but I have my eyes on something else. I'm using the pics from the previous owner's thread, as well as the description. He did a great job describing it and nothing has changed since then because it hasn't left my house. This is an amazingly beautiful 1997 G&L L2000 in Trans Green. This finish was a premium option and is not one that you see very often at all. It is an absolutely beautiful finish on an equally good looking piece of ash. The body has some really interesting figuring on the front near the middle- quite different.
The neck is a wide but flat profile; 1 11/16" at the nut, but thin front to back which is very comfortable. This is my personal favorite G&L neck profile, it reminds me of my '82 L2000E. It has a sort of semi-gloss finish that is quite nice for moving around.
Overall condition is very nice. It has been outfitted with a new bridge, new knobs, and new electronics cover for the bass all from G&L- the old hardware had pitted from lack of use. With the these additions, you can scarcely tell it was ever played. There are a few dings and scratches that are hard to notice due to the nature of the finish, though the "worst" is a pen-tip-sized nick in the front near the bridge- Nothing major.
Everything works as it should, it is set up well, and plays great. Weight is about 9.5lbs, and it balances very well. It is an awesome bass overall and I have no problem keeping it, but I am always on the hunt for new and exciting things.
The original G&L hardshell case is also in very good condition. (Still has the signature maple syrup smell of a new G&L case)
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Last edited by BigDawg : 11-05-2013 at 12:44 PM.