G&L's done something special with the G&L Tribute Ascari™ GTS Electric Guitar. They've created an instrument that's steeped in guitar history yet strikingly new. The Tribute Ascari GTS was inspired by a recently uncovered prototype drawing done three decades ago by G&L co-founder George Fullerton, representing Leo Fender's vision for G&L's first 24 3/4 inch scale, three-tuners-to-a-side guitar. It was designed jointly by G&L's longtime VP of engineering, Paul Gagon, and his close friend and former collaborator, Grover Jackson, founder of Jackson Guitars.
Yet the Tribute Ascari GTS breaks new ground for G&L by offering a set neck, a Leo-inspired headstock with three tuners to a side, and a 24 3/4 inch scale to put it squarely on the classic side of the rock'n'roll stage. Add in a Tone-Pros tailpiece and tappable humbuckers specially designed by Gagon, and you have a gorgeous, high-performance rock guitar.