This a 1991 G&L SC3, which puts it at the end of the “Leo” era G&L guitars (Leo passed on March 21, 1991). The body shape emulates the “S” style bodies of the past, but is smaller and has deep curves, so the guitar snuggles right up to you and wears very comfortably. It has a very thin neck and curved radius, so you can really get around on it, but folks with larger hands would probably not want to choose this guitar. It has Leo’s “MFD” pickups, which give it a very clear sound.
One interesting thing about this guitar is the feel of the neck. I know it’s a regular, thin maple neck, but it feels very stable and stiff. It also attaches to the body with 3 bolts as opposed the traditional 4, which would make you think that it would be less stable, but the joint is so tight it feels like one piece of wood. The fingerboard is a very nicely grained rosewood.
The guitar snuggles right up to you and wears very comfortably. It has Leo’s “MFD” pickups, which give it a very clear sound.