i can't understand why G&L basses look so different on the headstock. there are really different logo that make me think of different lines and production of the same basses, silver logos, gold logos, some headstock has that "guitars by Leo" motto and others don't have it. what's the matter? take a look here: and what about that Tilia body? Tilia is basswood. why they use alder or swamp ash for the l-2000 and tilia back for thier l-2500? i like basswood a lot, but why the use this wood? i'd like a G&L but i'm not so sure of their line up, it's not so clear to my ees, here in italy they are really rare and expensive and all i can do is seeing these pics from the internet. some seem really great, others seem poor in wood, take a look at their rosewod fingerboards. i'm not mocking G&L, i only need help to understand why their basses make me dubious. i'd like to have a l-2500. the only G&L i have seen and played are a L-5500 and an ASAT and i had the same strange feel, i can't understand if their quality is great or not. i'm dubious...can you help me?