LINKS to RESOURCES

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LINKS to RESOURCES

Postby Templar » Fri Jun 02, 2006 4:38 pm

LINKS...find 'em here and post 'em here.

Cool stuff to know about your G&L basses! This thread is all about the "who, what, why, where, and when-isms" surrounding our beloved G&L basses.

ALSO: Thanks in advance to all who post links here. A resourceful bunch, these Gleeks!

This list will grow, so drop in now and then for the real G&L skinny......

http://guitarsbyleo.com/

http://www.ggjaguar.com/gnl.htm

G&L Schematics page

Chandler for your pickguards

http://www.jic.nl/GL2004/TriSonic/TriSonic.htm

G&L online store for stuff

Buffalo Brothers options/pricelist

The G&L custom ordered bass porn parlour at BassNW

G & L Info and Tech Info

G & L Factory Website

G & L Media Website

G & L Tribute Product Line

Greg Gagliano's G & L Reference Pages

G & L Options

GbL G & L Registry

G & L FAQ & Tech Tips

G & L 3 Bolt Neck Microtilt Setup

G & L Schematics

Preamp IC- See Post #3

L2000, ASAT Switches-Graphic

G & L L1000, L2000, ASAT: Switches-Text

G & L L2000, ASAT Switches-Pic

Climax-SC to Series Conversion Photo by Brad



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NAMM Pics

NAMM Winter 2001

NAMM Winter 2002


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G & L on EBAY

Bay G&L Bass Link

Bay G L Link


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G & L Ad Slicks and Catalogs

In the Beginning

Leo Quote

George, Leo, Dale

Kings of the Road

Owner's Manual-Cover

G&L 1980s Bass Catalog-ASK

1988 Price Sheet w/ L6000E, L5000E

1992 G&L Bass Catalog-ASK

1992 Catalog Finish Chart

1997 G&L Bass Catalog -ASK


1997 Catalog Finish Chart

Current Catalog Finish Chart

SB Basses Red, White, and Blue

1980 L2000

1981 L2000-E

1981 L1000

1980s L1000

SB-1

SB-1

SB-2

1984 Kahlers

L5000

Lynx

El Toro

ASAT

Vinatge Guitar El Toro
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Postby harleyyy » Mon Jun 05, 2006 7:10 am

Jack, once you get a good number, I'd suggest copying them all in your first post. [smilie=food-smiley-004.gif]
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Postby spideyjg » Mon Jun 05, 2006 8:39 am

Been busy with speaker research but I'll get some in here soon.

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Postby Templar » Mon Jun 05, 2006 11:29 am

Harleyyy wrote:Jack, once you get a good number, I'd suggest copying them all in your first post. [smilie=food-smiley-004.gif]


Good idea, will do.
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Postby cb56 » Sun Sep 10, 2006 6:27 pm

This one is good for those "what do the knobs and switches on my L2000 do?" questions.
http://www.jic.nl/GL2004/TriSonic/TriSonic.htm
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Re: LINKS to RESOURCES

Postby Ken Baker » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:28 pm

Craig Dewey, the webmaster at The KCC, posted this serial number info for Tribute instruments:

Webmaster Craig wrote:Hi All,

A while back someone asked how to find the build date their Tribute. I said I would try and find out. Thanks to Darth (Dave) I now have that information.

The Serial number is coded in the following manner:

yymmxxxxx

yy: year

mm: month

xxxxx: serial number produced in the month, 'mm'

For example:

The Tribute S-500 with serial number 05017857 was built January 2005.

Hope this helps,

--Craig (co-webmaster)


He went on to say that the same basic basic format is used for both Korean and Indonesian Tributes. YYMMnnnn for Korean instruments and YYMMnnnnn for Indonesian instruments.

Thanks, Craig!

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Re: LINKS to RESOURCES

Postby spideyjg » Tue Feb 26, 2008 10:04 am

Historical parts thread......

Changes through the years.

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2009 Catalog

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Re: LINKS to RESOURCES

Postby Flash » Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:33 pm

1981 L1000 Review From Dukeplaysbass
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Re: LINKS to RESOURCES

Postby Ken Baker » Wed Sep 29, 2010 7:39 pm

Information on the innerworkings of the G&L trussrod. This refers to the current, CNC-era, trussrods. My intention is to continue the project with a representative open-air model of a neck so that the trussrod can be seen acting against wood. Soon, I hope.

I managed to piss off my right rotator cuff a few weeks ago, so working in my shop isn't going to happen until I can get full (and safe) movement.

Enjoy!

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Gtr Cntr Used Gear - Link

Postby jamie » Tue May 24, 2016 1:10 pm

Gtr Cntr Used Gear usually has an assortment of newer and older G&Ls.

Gtr Cntr used gear search link
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