Sonic Blue - Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Maple Fingerboard, and 2 Single-coil Pickups - Sonic Blue
Obtaining a high-quality Leo Fender-designed single-cutaway bolt-on doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. The G&L Tribute ASAT Classic Special Edition rocks all the style, tone, and playability a budget-conscious guitarist could ask for. This solidbody electric positively growls, thanks to its basswood body, while its medium C-shaped neck and 9.5”-radius fingerboard ensure supreme comfort and effortless playability. This top-notch instrument yields the trademark authoritative bite that T-style guitars are famous for, and when you flip it to the neck position, it churns out smooth jazz tones that are sure to inspire your best playing. The Tribute ASAT Classic Special Edition includes a classic boxed-steel bridge and sealed tuners.
The ASAT Classic Special Edition features a basswood body — a tonewood prized for its growling warmth and mix-piercing midrange. This electric guitar’s rock-solid maple neck boasts a comfortable medium C profile and an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard that’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
You can coax a myriad of sonic textures out of the G&L Tribute ASAT Classic Special Edition. A pair of G&L-designed alnico-loaded single-coil pickups serve up classic T-style tones that are guaranteed to inspire. The neck pickup yields a full, round sound that lends itself to rich-sounding chords, while the bridge pickup exhibits snap and twang by the truckload. Whether you’re craving authoritative bite or smooth jazz tones, the ASAT Classic Special Edition will do it.
After founding two hugely successful guitar brands and consulting on the side, Leo Fender felt that he had unfinished business in the guitar world. Together with partner George Fullerton, G&L opened for business in 1979 and incorporated innovative design elements into their instruments, such as the Magnetic Field Design pickups, Dual-Fulcrum Vibrato, Saddle-Lock Bridge, and Bi-cut neck design. Leo was so proud of his new instruments that he famously declared that G&L's "are the best instruments I have ever made." Play a G&L today and experience the magic for yourself.