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What frets are these (pic)?

jamison162

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It's a stock G&L Legacy, which their website states they use "Medium Jumbo" and then "6100" for their stock fret size. I had a Legacy once and really like the fret size, so I'm trying to determine what size it had exactly.
 

A440

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I was going to say it looks like a Legacy. I used to own one.

usually they are jumbos, 6100

another good resource is the G&L forum, there's a good FAQ and archive there too.

http://www.guitarsbyleo.com/

there's also a cross reference for dating the guitars, which might help you
 

jamison162

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The neck pickup sure looks high, is the action high?
Nope, don't you know anything?? Hehehehehe.
Legacy's have thicker fretboards and the bridge has those felt washers so the strings/pickups, etc. are further away from the body. They're all like this, very playable and didn't bother me at all. The action is relative to the fretboard and was setup nice, no different than any other strat really.
 




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