G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy demo clips

I have had the house to myself for a little while today, so I decided to play the new guitar for a while. While I was at it, I set up the mic and hit the record button. All of my pedals are at the church, so these demos are guitar – cord – amp. I used three different settings on the amp – clean, dirty, and dirtier. I go through each pickup option, starting with the neck, then neck/bridge, and then bridge. The bridge is clearly a lot brighter than the neck pickup, so it helps to roll the tone knob back a little.

Clean

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Dirty

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Dirtier

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7 thoughts on “G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy demo clips”

  1. certainly doesn’t sound like a normal tele. seems like it does lives up to its name being a “bluesboy”, it sounds warmer than what i was expecting but in a very nice way. thanks for sharing! :D

  2. Sounds really good, really chimey, especially in the middle position. I could definitely see all of the versatility in this guitar.

  3. Sounds good! I’m using the G&L over my Gibsons because it’s so stinking versatile! Between the PUs and tone knob you can get lots-o-sounds.

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