For sale is my 1983 G&L L-2000 bass. Ash body, rosewood board, 1 11/16" nut width which is the perfect balance of a too thin jazz and a too big p-bass. It has the highly sought after bi-cut neck, a change from the earlier one piece 'skunk stripe' necks used previously, much more stable. This has a pick up selector, series/parallel switch and a boost switch. This is just boost, not a 3 way with treble boost, and what a freaking boost it is (think OMG switch). Pure, raw power. The body is finished in a light clear finish, not a thick layer of poly with grain filler, what G&L now calls their nearly naked finish. From my inspection and having owned G&L's for 25 years, there no mods here and no evidence of refinishing (I have removed hardware and neck to check). The Schaller strap locks will be replaced with the original G&L strap buttons at the sale (yes, I do indeed have them). There are 2 dings on the E side of the neck and 2 spots on the head stock, as seen in the pics. None of these affect play. In great shape for a 30 year old bass. It comes with a molded G&L hard shell case. Link to web album - https://picasaweb.google.com/108581654220868990665/1983GLL200002# I am asking $600 for locals in the mid-Atlantic, $650 shipped CONUS. Body: Solid; ash Finish: Poly Neck: 2-piece maple, bolt-on Fingerboard: Rosewood; pearloid dot markers Number of Frets: 21 Pickguard: None Bridge: G&L Locktight, black crinkle powder coat Nut: Plastic Tuners: G&L/Schaller, open, chrome Pickups: Two, G&L Magnetic Field Design humbucking with adjustable pole pieces, active/passive Controls: Master volume; bass and treble controls; series/parallel selector, 3-way pickup selector, boost selector Scale Length: 34 inches Neck Width at Nut: 1 11/16 inches Body Width at Lower Bout: 13 inches Body Depth: 1 5/8 inches Weight: 10 or so lbs.