G&L USA Guitars
Black Ice Legacy Deluxe
Available for a limited time
The G&L Legacy™ Deluxe blends elements of Leo across his career. Take those classic Alnico V pickups in the neck and middle position, voiced by Paul Gagon. Then there's the brilliant G&L Dual Fulcrum vibrato created nearly three decades later. Add one Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge and you've got yourself the makings of one versatile double-cutaway bolt-on guitar.
This Legacy Deluxe shows its darker side thanks to a Nearly Naked™ (NENA) Black Ice finish over its swamp ash body. It features a hard-rock maple neck with an easy-playing satin neck finish, while its 12" radius lets you bend notes deeply and its Plek-dressed medium-jumbo nickel frets deliver silky playability. The moment you open the luxurious Tolex hardshell case made by G&G Quality Case, you’ll be greeted with a stunning instrument and delicious aroma that’ll have your pulse racing.
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† The personal name, likeness and signature of Mr. Clarence Leo Fender are property of G&L Musical Instruments / BBE Sound, Inc. and may not be used in any commercial capacity without prior approval. For enquiries regarding the use of the "Leo Fender" name, likeness or signature, please contact us. G&L is not associated with Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.
- Neck - G&L CLF-100 Alnico pickup
- Middle - G&L CLF-100 Alnico pickup RW/RP
- Bridge - Seymour Duncan JB (TB-4)
- BODY WOOD: 2-piece Swamp Ash
- BODY FINISH: Nearly Naked™ (NENA) Black Ice
- NECK WOOD: Hard Rock Maple with Maple fingerboard
- NECK FINISH: Clear Satin
- NECK PROFILE: G&L #1 with 12" radius
- FRETS: Medium Jumbo; processed by PLEK
- TUNING KEYS: 12:1 ratio, sealed lubrication, adjustable knob tension
- BRIDGE: G&L Dual-Fulcrum™ vibrato
- CONTROLS: 5-position pickup selector, volume with coil-tap, tone
- CASE: Deluxe Hardshell Tolex Case