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Post G&L Bass Pickups On A 1981 L2000 Series E.
How Do You Adjust The Pickups To Original Factory Settings?. Thanx If You Can Give Any Info.


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Post Re: G&L Bass Pickups On A 1981 L2000 Series E.
biff725 wrote:
How Do You Adjust The Pickups To Original Factory Settings?. Thanx If You Can Give Any Info.


We have a copy of the G&L Owner's Manual and the L-1000 and L-2000(E) Instructions in the Gallery, in the Instrument Manuals and Wiring Schematics Album.

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Post Re: G&L Bass Pickups On A 1981 L2000 Series E.
Thank you. I got the info from a great guy at g&l but here's another question. would you get the same sound out of the new dh pickups that they are using on the tribute series bass'es ?. thanx again.


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Post Re: G&L Bass Pickups On A 1981 L2000 Series E.
The Tribute series uses the MFD Bass Humbuckers made on Fender Avenue in the G&L Fullerton, CA factory. While the windings have varied over the years, I do not believe a Tribute would sound exactly the same ~ but would have a "family" sound to it, thus would be very close. If you're trying to replace the pickups on your '81 L2000E, buying the pickups from G&L that they make for the L-2000 would be a great way to go as finding originals are tough. And if you're looking for a Tribute as a back-up it should do fine.
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