Random "Which do you like better?" Poll - G&L content.

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by strost, Mar 3, 2014.


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Which one do you like better?

  1. 3-tone Sunburst

    39 vote(s)
    26.9%
  2. Sonic Blue

    82 vote(s)
    56.6%
  3. Other (feel free to suggest something)

    24 vote(s)
    16.6%
  1. strost

    strost Supporting Member

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    So I'm not saying I'm gonna get one of these any time soon but I recently played a G&L LB-100 and loved it with the rosewood fingerboard (unusual for me). So it's time for a random poll to see what strangers would get if they were me (and if I were actually getting one).

    Thanks for playing!

    3-tone sunburst (vintage tint on the HS)
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    Sonic blue (no tint on the HS)
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    I could get a matching HS on the blue (kinda like it without - also odd for me) but I wouldn't do that on the SB.
  2. dougjwray

    dougjwray

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    I voted for Sonic Blue.
  3. dedpool1052

    dedpool1052

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    sonic blue, but w/matching headstock, so it'll match the JB in your avatar.
  4. strost

    strost Supporting Member

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    Thought of that. The JB is Himalyan Blue. I think the sonic looks better with the rosewood. Plus, I don't want them too matchy-matchy.

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  5. snyderz

    snyderz Supporting Member

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    I like the sonic blue vs the burst, but I really dig my electric blue with aluminum guard.

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  6. Needenaneden

    Needenaneden

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    I like them both. I just got a vintage white/mint guard/RW LB-100. They tone/quality/playability is top notch. You'll be getting one soon. lol I'm already thinking of ordering another in tangerine with a maple neck.
  7. DeliriumTremens

    DeliriumTremens

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    I had a rosewood/sonic blue Strat years ago. I love that combo
  8. Baird6869

    Baird6869 Supporting Member

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    Blue with matching headstock.

    Matchy-matchy doesn't have to be a bad thing!
  9. msact

    msact Gold Supporting Member

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    It has to be sonic blue with matching headstock!
  10. groooooove

    groooooove

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    i like them both. i vote blue, more unique.
  11. strost

    strost Supporting Member

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    Nice!

    Is that a mint or cream pickguard?
  12. 1959burst

    1959burst luthier/guitar tech Supporting Member

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    fiesta red
  13. msact

    msact Gold Supporting Member

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    Mint.
  14. msact

    msact Gold Supporting Member

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    A close up. Taken with my iPad so not the best quality.

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  15. bigsnaketex

    bigsnaketex Supporting Member

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    I love the Sonic Blue - great color for bass!!

    Although I will say that G&L does a great job on their colors. Their green is amazing in person too. Hell, I even like their sunburst!!
  16. bassestkkm

    bassestkkm

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    I really like the sonic blue w/o matching headstock. Maybe vintage tint headstock?
  17. strost

    strost Supporting Member

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    I kinda like how the "naked" matches the pickguard. but this is nice too!

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  18. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative Supporting Member

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    +1 although the matching headstock was nice too, better than the burst in my opinion
  19. DeliriumTremens

    DeliriumTremens

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    what site are you making those mockups on?
  20. strost

    strost Supporting Member

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