SOLD G&L SB-2 - Blue Metal Flake w/ Matching Headstock #5015

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SOLD G&L SB-2 - Blue Metal Flake w/ Matching Headstock #5015 Item #5015

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This SB-2 features a gorgeous Blue Metal Flake finish, with matching headstock!

Model: SB-2
Body Wood: Basswood
Body Finish: Blue Metal Flake
Headstock: Matching Blue Metal Flake
Bridge: Saddle-Lock
Neck Profile: G&L #8 Medium C (.820-.920)
Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1 1/2"
Radius: 9.5" Radius
Neck Wood: Hard-rock Maple
Fingerboard: Chechen
Neck Finish: Satin Clear
Frets: Medium Jumbo
Neck Other: White Pearl Face Dots
Tuners: G&L Ultra-Lite
Neck Pickup: G&L MFD SB-1/2 Split Coil
Bridge Pickup: G&L MFD SB-2 Single Coil
Controls: Dual Volume Single Tone
Case: Deluxe Black Tolex



When Leo Fender launched the G&L SB-2 bass in 1982, he packed his latest innovations in pickup and bridge design into a straightforward, hard-working bass. If you prefer a less-is-more aesthetic but hunger for something meatier, the SB-2 is just the ticket.
The SB-2 starts with a familiar shape, though subtle modifications to its sculpting make it more sleek and balanced. Strap it on and it immediately feels at home, yet somehow more comfortable than you expected. The slim, C-shaped neck falls immediately to hand, checking in with a modern 12" radius and its 21 Plek-processed medium-jumbo nickel frets ready to deliver silky playability.
Once the SB-2 has nestled into your comfort zone, it’s time to experience just how far Leo evolved the classic duo of split-coil and single coil pickups. You see, these Magnetic Field Design interpretations were created by Leo to give you more gusto without losing detail and finesse. A simple dual-volume control setup allows you to strike any balance between the two, even backing off both volumes to dial in a more vintage flavor. What’s more, the SB-2 features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument.
The bottom line: SB-2 brings the magic of Leo’s own reinterpretation of the P/J configuration in a bass that delivers all the tone and feel you'd expect in a "Latter Day Leo" instrument.