G&L Tribute ASAT Deluxe Carved Top Electric Guitar

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One look and you know this ASAT® is bad to the bone. The G&L Tribute ASAT Deluxe Carved Top Electric Guitar is fired up with twin chrome-covered Alnico humbuckers - designed by G&L's Paul Gagon - mounted in a bound, flame maple-topped mahogany body. This axe takes the iconic G&L ASAT further into heavy territory while retaining the feel and playability that have made the ASAT a perennial favorite among players.

The ASAT Deluxe Carved Top sports an easy-playing 1-5/8 inch nut-width neck, a classic C-shaped back and 12 inch fingerboard radius to make deep bends a breeze. Holding it down on the other end is a G&L Saddle Lock™ bridge designed by Leo Fender for comfort and singing sustain. The Gagon-designed pickups are split via a push/pull tone pot to offer everything from jangly single-coil tones to gritty blues to scorching leads, making the Tribute ASAT Deluxe Carved Top one versatile guitar!

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Product Specifications

GandL Tribute ASAT Deluxe Carved Top Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Construction: Bolt-on
  • Scale: 25 1/2 in.
  • Pickups:
    • GandL AS4250C in neck position
    • GandL AW4370C in bridge position
  • Body: Mahogany with Flame Maple top
  • Neck: Hard-Rock Maple with Rosewood fingerboard
  • Neck Radius: 12 in.
  • Frets: 22 medium jumbo
  • Neck Width At Nut: 1 5/8 in.
  • Neck Profile: classic C
  • Bridge: GandL Saddle Lock
  • Controls:
    • 3 position pickup selector
    • Volume
    • Tone with push/pull coil tap

Customer Reviews

Review: Tony Klatt from New York, NY US Submitted: 2/21/2014

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Subject

Highest price I've seen yet for this Indonesian guitar. Seen them for as low as $300. Worth $300

Review: Tyler Submitted: 10/13/2012

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


Subject

Great guitar for the price
Product Rating

I work in a guitar shop as a tech. When I first saw this guitar, I didn't realize it was a new line at a lower price point. They look very nice. Aside from "Indonesia" being stamped on the back of the headstock, you'd be hard pressed to tell this guitar apart from a typical G&L in terms of quality. It's put together very well.

I can't really say anything about reliability since I've only played this guitar in a store for ~10 minutes.

Your general opinion of this product.

Overall, I would recommend this guitar. I think it's a great guitar for the price. It plays and feels very nice. I just wish it had a least one single coil pickup instead of two humbuckers. It's a little weird, to me, having two humbuckers on a Tele type of guitar.

It plays and feels VERY nice. The guitar is super light, especially compared to a Fender Tele. The body shape is amazing. Great Telecaster shape, but with a tummy cut and possibly a little thinner. The neck has a great feel to it, not unlike a Telecaster.

The overall tone is good. The tone isn't muddy, without it missing any low end. I'm not sure what kind of pickups are in there, but I'd describe them as generic. I'm not saying bad, not at all. They sound just fine. But no characteristic stood out to me. You will not be disappointed with them, but I can see possibly changing them out down the road to suit your taste better. I'm really just being overly critical about them. The guitar has a master volume and master tone knob. The tone knob is a push/pull that splits the coils of both pickups. It would have been nice to have two push/pulls so you could split one pickup without having to split the other, but maybe that's just a preference thing. I'm not a fan of splitting humbuckers anyway. They never end up sounding like true single coils, so I find it worthless.

This finish is very nice. A nice looking flame top with translucent black or red. I'm not a huge fan of either color for a guitar, but they definitely do look nice. There's also some nice white binding on the body that really pops. It's too bad you can't see it in the generic stock photo.

The guitar is set up pretty well out of the box. I played one that literally just arrived at the store and hadn't been hung up on the wall yet. Maybe it could've used some minor adjustments, but it felt right playing it.

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