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(2) g&l l2000's - usa made - upgrades

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by shaboda, Nov 17, 2013.


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  1. shaboda

    shaboda Supporting Member

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    G&L L2000
    Fiesta Red
    Jazz width neck
    flame maple fingerboard
    abalone fret dots
    gloss tint
    mint shape.
    comes with a generic non padded gig bag
    $950 insured and shipped

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    G&L L2000
    Metallic Cobalt Blue
    Satin Finish neck [Not quite a pbass width, but not a jazz width]
    flamed maple fretboard
    Had a $200 professional shielding job done on control cavity
    mint shape
    comes with non padded gig bag
    $950 insured and shipped

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  2. sneha1965

    sneha1965 Supporting Member

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  3. shaboda

    shaboda Supporting Member

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    I will weigh both tonight and post it
  4. Wallofbasses

    Wallofbasses

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    What year is the red one? Is it a 3 bolt or a 6 bolt neck?
  5. shaboda

    shaboda Supporting Member

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    honestly-- not sure on years.. they are both 6 bolt... i think blue one is 2009... and i think red is 2010.
  6. shaboda

    shaboda Supporting Member

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    CASH is king.. but I will entertain trades for the right Stingray HH or Bongo HH.
  7. shaboda

    shaboda Supporting Member

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    Both basses appear to be around 8 lbs

    I have an old bathroom scale
    And it's not digital so... But it's close

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