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Very Rare 1984 G&L Interceptor

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Low Class, Feb 20, 2014.

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    This is the holy grail for the serious G&L collector. Very rare 1984 G&L Interceptor. Although is has a couple dings I'm going to call it excellent condition due to the overall condition and has been played very little. All original!!Straight neck with fully functional truss rod, no fret wear. About 9.5 lbs. The grain pattern looks like ash, but I believe it might be maple due to it is much lighter than any ash G&L I've owned and it plays with a different vibe than any ash G&L I've owned. It reminds me of a Tiger Maple Smith I played recently. I must say I have owned more early G&L's than I can count and this bass is BY FAR the best player I've had.

    Included is a G&L flyer from the same year. Several people have looked at this bass and think it is the same bass on the flyer. I have no documented proof of it.

    $1275 firm shipped to lower 48. Includes OHSC.

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    This bass plays too good, I'm keeping it!!
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