G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy Guitar

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I have an American G&L Asat as well as the Strat version that G&L makes (can't remember the name off hand), love them both. Play great and they retain their value.
 

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The G & L initials stand for George Fullerton & Leo Fender.
I think they both founded the company.
 

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Terry, It was the MF "Stupid Deal Of The Day" sale-priced at $299, I pulled the trigger on impulse.
I took it to the gig still in the shipping carton - my guitarist checked the tuning, plugged it in, and played it all night (4 hr gig)
After the first set he offered to buy it from me at my asking price of 350, so I sold it to him and he loves it.
 

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EvEnStEvEn said:
Terry, It was the MF "Stupid Deal Of The Day" sale-priced at $299, I pulled the trigger on impulse.
I took it to the gig still in the shipping carton - my guitarist checked the tuning, plugged it in, and played it all night (4 hr gig)
After the first set he offered to buy it from me at my asking price of 350, so I sold it to him and he loves it.
That's funny. Great story. Ace
 

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Nice I had the semi-hollow Thinline version in Trans Orange. I sold it about 6 months ago. It was an outstanding guitar. Since my focus is mainly behind the kit now, Ive been getting rid of a lot of guitar gear.
 

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