G&L - a Legacy of Engineering and Design
Introducing the G&L M-2000 and M-2500 Basses
Flexibility Is Nothing Without Control
Building on this solid foundation, the M-Series’ intuitive and ergonomic controls unlock your full creative potential. The controls are fit to the hand – a player’s design that’s rewarding and easy to use. The trio of center-detent, reduced-diameter knobs is positioned along the body perimeter for the 3-band EQ, offering a new level of flexibility over the MFD pickups. For slapping and popping, rolling back some highs and dialing up some lows, coupled with a mid-range boost, magnifies the intensity Leo’s humbuckers are famous for.
Need more definition for fingerstyle? Just bring up the treble and roll off the bass for a nuanced and detailed sound. Unlike the original E-spec pickup selector toggle, the M-Series features a pan control to explore the full range of sounds available between the two pickups. Both volume and pan are treated as primary controls, given larger knobs and placed parallel to the strings where they’re more easily accessed. They say the best tools are simple, intuitive and easy to use, and that’s exactly what you’ll find with the new M-Series controls.
Classic Leo, Remastered
There’s something about the way an L-2000 or L-2500 feels that is unmistakably Leo. The way the instrument balances, the way it greets the hands, it’s like meeting an old friend. Something that good should stay that way, and so it is with the new M-2000 and M-2500 basses. What’s more, the M-2000 brings back the 1 5/8” neck with a comfortable, classic “C” shape discontinued by G&L in the mid ’80s.
It’s about taking the essential goodness of Leo’s dual MFD creation and providing the kind of evolution he’d have applied himself if he were still with us here on Fender Avenue in Fullerton. It’s about respecting the roots while pushing forward. It’s about your passion to find the ultimate in flexibility, versatility, and expression of Leo tone. Visit your G&L dealer today and experience the next generation of Leo’s iconic basses … the M-2000 and M-2500.