Something very special for the Lefty player- a stunning one-off custom G&L S-500 with a long list of custom features, including- Clear Forest Green Translucent finish on Beautifully grained Swamp Ash, weighs just 8 pounds-1 ounce, Locking tuning keys, Bound EBONY fingerboard, PLEK’d medium jumbo frets, Classic Wide C neck with a player friendly 1.75 inch nut width & 9.5 inch radius, Quarter Sawn Maple neck with Vintage Satin tint and high gloss peghead face, and black Tolex G&G USA hardshell case. Add up all the goodies & this “custom” has a MSRP of $3249.00. So beautifully crafted in the historic Fender Avenue shop in Fullerton- the birthplace of Bolt-On. Lefty Guitar dreaming? Call......
Wolfe Guitars, Jupiter, Florida USA
World’s Largest Volume Heritage Dealer for over 3 decades.
Note: This Ebony fingerboard S-500 is Okay to export.
Note- the pickguard has a protective plastic film to prevent scratching, and appears kinda “milky.” It is glossy black with the film removed. ALSO- we have a white pickguard for this model and can change it for an additional $65, or we can send the white uninstalled guard along in the case for + $35.
Check (allow clearance time), Money order, PayPal, cash, wire transfer, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. Trades always considered. (No Poultry)
Following payment, we ship within 24 hours, carefully packed & fully insured: UPS, USPS, Fed Ex, DHL, and/or carrier requested. Experts at Export documentation. ALL guitars are setup before packaging.
48 hour approval; buyer pays shipping both ways & any applicable Credit Card fees. We "cannot" recover these expenses. Items must be returned promptly and within reason, in the same condition as received. Return policy does not apply to layaways, any gear tested in our shop prior to purchase, consigned instruments (sold as is) custom build orders nor Used Amplifiers. Should an item purchase with a credit card be returned due to no issue other than a change of heart or personal circumstance- there is a 7% re-stocking fee to cover any applicable credit card fees, which we cannot recover.