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Made in USA; not the imported Tribute model. I bought this new in 2007, and it's seen very little play time. It was mostly a closet queen. No dings or scratches on the body that I can see. Barely, if any, fret wear. There are several very minor dings on the back of the neck, which were there when I bought it. Weighs 8.75 pounds. All original, except for Schaller strap locks (and strings, of course).

The passive single coil pickups have a lot of "punch" to them--no batteries needed! Comes with original case, Levy's suede strap,  and certificate of authenticity.

Asking $1400 shipped & insured to the lower 48.

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More pictures. The last picture is me jamming with jazz recording artist Vince Lewis at an undisclosed location.

 

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9 hours ago, Jorge said:

I love G&L. What a great company. They are to Fender (in this case, for obvious reasons) what Hamer used to be to Gibson.

I do, too. They make great instruments. Their standard line is superior (IMHO) to Fender's Custom Shop.  

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