#1
I was in Brighton a few months ago and I saw this guitar:

It was in a small shop with some very nice and unusual guitars, I got to play a guitar that looked similar to Brian May's guitar.
I didn't play the F100 because it was up on the wall in a spot with 2 other guitars (you know it's special when it's centre to a Rickenbacker). One of the shop owners told me what it was, and even offered to let me play it (I wish I could remember the shop's name and location, I'd love to give it some well-deserved publicity), however, just as he was about to let me play it I had to go.

Tl;dr: What does anyone know of this guitar? Does it play well? Specs (I've never seen those pickups before)? Does anyone actually own one?
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#2
yeah g&Ls are nice. even the asian ones are nice. i would definitely rock one overa fender.

this looks lik an older model. seems to have that rampage body shape, but with strange pups and a pickguard. interesting.
#3
That's why I posted it. I had never seen so many unique specs for a guitar.

I really want to get one but, the price is somewhere north of £1k
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#4
that is a really cool guitar (been trying to find one myself). the F-100 is the first model produced by G&L, and those little switches are a coil splitter and a phase reverser, making it a very versitile guitar.

the price is a little bit higher than most of the F-100's ive seen on the market. but, if that picture if of the actual guitar, that one would be in far better shape than any I've seen on the market. anyways, I think it is at least as good as any other american made G&L, which makes the price pretty decent