G&L Introduces Limited Edition Savannah Collection ASAT Bass

G&L’s new limited edition Savannah Collection includes a version of the ASAT Bass. As part of the series, it sports a two-piece semi-hollow Okoume body with a Korina top, which the company says complement each other to create an “airy, three-dimensional” tone.

G&L Limited Edition Savannah Collection ASAT Bass

Other features on the bass include an Old School Tobacco Sunburst body finish, a Pau Ferro fretboard, a quartersawn maple neck, and a pair of MFD humbucking pickups. Its pickups are matched with G&L’s Tri-Tone active/passive electronics. Controls include a 3-way mini-toggle pickup selector, a series/parallel mini-toggle, and a preamp control mini-toggle that turns the active circuit off, on, and on with a high end EQ boost.

The G&L Savannah Collection is limited to 250 pieces. Each instrument goes through PLEK fret processing and comes in a deluxe tolex case with a custom build specifications document and a custom creations certificate. The Savannah ASAT Bass is available for preorder with a street price of $1,650. For more info, check the G&L Guitars website.

G&L Guitars Savannah Collection ASAT Bass Specs:

  • Pickup: G&L Magnetic Field Design humbuckers
  • Body Wood: Semi-Hollow Okoume with Korina top
  • Body Finish: G&L Old School Tobacco Sunburst
  • Neck Wood: Quartersawn Hard Rock Maple with Pau Ferro fingerboard
  • Neck Finish: Light Tint Gloss
  • Neck Profile: G&L #8 with 12? radius
  • Frets: Medium Jumbo; Processed by PLEK
  • Tuning Keys: Custom G&L “Ultra-Lite” With Aluminum Tapered String Posts
  • Bridge: G&L Saddle Lock With Chrome-Plated Brass Saddles
  • Electronics: G&L Tri-Tone active/passive electronics, 3-way mini-toggle pickup selector, series/parallel mini-toggle, preamp control mini-toggle (off/on/on with high end EQ boost)
  • Case: Deluxe Hardshell Tolex Case
  • G&L Custom Build Specifications document
  • G&L Custom Creations certificate
  • Made in Fullerton, California

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