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FS: G&L L-2500 USA

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by GringoJeff, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. GringoJeff

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    This is an awesome L-2500. I used to have three and this is by far my favorite. When I no longer needed multiple basses this is the one I kept. But... I don't play much bass anymore and I much prefer my 4 string SB-1 so this has been sitting in a case for far too long.

    In fantastic condition, black with maple neck and board in gun oil. It seriously oozes fat tone. I actually preferred it with the active electronics off.

    Comes with the upgraded G&G black tolex case. If you're looking for an absolutely awesome G&L 5 buy this guitar, you're going to love it.

    More pics on request.

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    She's a beaut. GLWTS.
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    Sorry... No trades.
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    this had to be black and maple didn't it,... Whats the weight, string spacing and nut width?
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    HAHA!

    Weight is 10.6 lbs (exactly the weight of my '78 Les Paul Pro incidentally)

    Here's pics with a ruler on the spacing. You can also see the birdseye on the neck. It's subtle and really nice. I had another black / maple that I ordered from the factory with a satin regular maple neck. That bass didn't even come close to this one... I bought this one used as a backup to the other black one and it quickly became my main 5 string.

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    Wow! Beautiful example of a L-2500!
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    Very nice!!!
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    What is the weight?
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    Crickets, eh? Too bad. This thing is bad ass. How about $875 shipped? I really don't think i can go any lower...
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