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Re: NBD

Postby ampig » Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:40 am

what is it?
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Re: NBD

Postby nolabass » Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:37 pm

M2000?
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Re: NBD

Postby ghiadub » Fri Jul 19, 2013 1:13 pm

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Re: NBD

Postby Ranger » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:28 pm

Yes; M2000-

Here, I'll gush about it! [smilie=grinning-smiley-044.gif]


What a remarkable instrument G&L has produced.

If you haven't heard or played the M-series basses- Do it!
G&L has outdone the rest of the US and foreign high-end Bass builders with the deadly combination of the M-series pre-amp, MFD's, and overall G&L Bass build quality.
Combine the fine fit and finish of the 2000 series (and the rest of the pack!) body, the killer components like the saddle-lock and tuners, the well-shaped and radiused necks, and game over.
NOTHING near the build quality and TONE/SOUND of the M2000 bass.
Not a thing.
Pay 3X as much, feel free, it won't overcome what this instrument produces when you plug it in.

It's a bit different than the L2K's, a bit different of course than "Vintage" G&L's- But IMO, don't live in the past! Enjoy the old 'hogs, and L1000's, El Toros, etc.
But for the here and now and for quite a while I should think, the M2000 Bass is 110% the Business.

Mine is dead stock, only a 1/4-sawn neck, standard finish on alder, none of the great options offered-
But WHAT A PLAYER!

I'm stoked, and if anyone from G&L reads or can relay this-
Thanks for the craftsmanship and obvious love put into the build.
It will and does bring the FUNK!
I Love it! :happy0065:
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Re: NBD

Postby Freddels » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:39 pm

I've heard nothing but good about the M series. I was able to play a Tribute M2K a year or so ago and thought it was very nice. I was a little lost without all the toggles though but I'm sure it would be easily adapted.
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Re: NBD

Postby Ranger » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:16 pm

I always understood/enjoyed the tri-tone eq on my ASAT; the M-series is quite a bit more intuitive I think, and has a a midrange cut/boost band as well.
The L-series still more than does the job-although I'm a BIG fan of the "next generation" of G&L Basses.
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