The coolest short scale bass on the block is now available from G&L!

The new Tribute Series Fallout Bass is available in four exciting colors with complimenting pickgurads. This 30” short scale powerhouse features a G&L Magnetic Field Design humbucking pickup controlled by a 3-position mini–toggle switch for parallel/split/OMG modes – just like an L-1000 – bringing anything from modern to old school tones to your fingertips. What’s more, players used to a traditional 34″ scale will find this pint size puncher super easy to play.

Other features include a Basswood body, Maple bolt-on neck, Roasted Jatoba and Maple fingerboards, Saddle-Lock Bridge, G&L tuners, and D’Addario Nickel Roundwound short scale strings, .045-.065-.080-.100.

Specifications
  • PICKUPS: G&L Magnetic Field Design humbucking pickup
  • BODY WOOD: Basswood for all models
  • NECK WOOD: Hard Rock Maple with Maple
  • NECK PROFILE: CLF/G&L 1 5/8" slim C with 9 1/2" radius 30" Scale length
  • TUNING KEYS: G&L tuners with tapered string posts
  • BRIDGE: Leo Fender-designed G&L Saddle Lock bridge
  • ELECTRONICS: 3-position mini toggle for parallel/split/OMG pickup modes, volume, tone
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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Tribute Series Fallout Bass
Categories
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Fretboard Material
  • Maple
Pickup System
  • Passive
Neck Material
  • Maple
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Body Material
  • Poplar
Number of Strings
  • 4-String
Wood Top Style
  • Opaque
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Pickup Configuration
  • H
Number of Frets
  • 19

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