Born from his CLF Research company founded in 1966, Clarence Leo Fender began the final chapter of his legendary career when he launched the G&L brand and instruments in 1980. G&L instruments benefited from his lifetime of creativity and innovation, and throughout the 1980s his groundbreaking new instruments became icons loved by musicians around the world.
By the late 1970s, Clarence Leo Fender and his CLF Research company had completed his consultancy for the CBS/Fender, designed and manufactured the original Music Man instruments, and were looking forward to launching for a new brand.
Together with former Fender employees George Fullerton and Dale Hyatt, Leo launched his new G&L instruments with advanced features derived from his decades of experience redefining what was possible in an electric guitar and bass.
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