#3
nice looks!
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#4
i've heard great things about that guitar...i say go for it, but still try to find one and try it out
#5
yeah, looks damn good (not quite as nice as other G&Ls, but still....).

So, think I should seriously consider it?
#6
I have yet to play a G&L that I haven't liked.

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#7
My understanding is that's it's a fine instrument with some detail issues. If I remember right one of the interviews said something about the trem bar knocking the pickup selector to the bridge anytime it's on the mid position and little stuff like that. If you're willing to deal with little quirks like that it looks every bit as good, well better, than a standard strat and every G&L I've ever played has been excellent for the price.
#8
As far as I know, Tributes aren't made in Korea anymore. The latest batch have all come out of Indonesia. Regardless, from what I've read, the quality remains the same. Hard to go wrong with CNC.
#9
Well then.....now I need to figure out how to add an extra $100 to my budget.....thanks everybody.....
#10
actually all the parts are made in the U.S. and sent over seas for the building or something like that.
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#11
tributes play like ****ing butter

the only g&l i havent played that didnt feel like butter was the invader(still played real nice though)

very solid choice for a guitar
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