G&L Guitars Fullerton Deluxe Fallout Bass Now Shipping

G&L Guitars Fullerton Deluxe Fallout Bass - 3-Tone Sunburst

Last year, G&L introduced the Launch Edition of a new model called the Fallout bass. Now, it’s an official part of the USA-made Fullerton Deluxe lineup. The short-scale bass comes in four color schemes with differing fingerboards. The Black and 3-tone Sunburst versions will have a Caribbean rosewood fingerboard, while the Tangerine Metallic and Shell Pink versions are fitted with a maple fingerboard.

Common features include an alder body, four-bolt hard rock maple neck, and a slim “C” neck profile. Each Fallout is fitted with a G&L Magnetic Field Design humbucking pickup controlled by a 3-position mini-toggle switch for parallel/split/OMG modes.

Hear the bass in action with this demo by Dan Lutz:

The G&L Guitars Fullerton Deluxe Fallout short-scale bass is available now for $1,299.

G&L Guitars Fullerton Deluxe Fallout Bass Specs:

Neck:Hard Rock Maple
Fingerboard:Caribbean Rosewood fingerboard
Neck Profile:CLF/G&L 1 5/8″ slim C
Fingerboard Radius:9 1/2″
Frets:Medium Jumbo, Jescar 57110 18% nickel silver
Pickups:G&L Magnetic Field humbucking pickup
Electronics:3-position mini toggle for parallel/split/OMG pickup modes, volume, tone
Tuning Keys:Custom G&L “Ultra-Lite” with aluminum tapered string posts
Bridge:Leo Fender-designed G&L Saddle Lock with chrome-plated brass saddles
Finish:Black, 3-Tone Sunburst, Tangerine Metallic, Shell Pink
Case:Gig Bag

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  1. Greywoulf

    One of the better demos of a new bass I’ve seen in a long time! Dan Lutz’s playing, instead of him just showing off how fast he can slap, his expert, cool, sensible playing really makes this Fallout Bass sound great! I’d love to see a lot of new bass guitars demo’d by players as talented as Dan Lutz… So enjoyable, and I really dig that G&L Fallout bass too! -But right now unfortunately it’s just too expensive for me. Perhaps in the future…