We have a 1975 L6-S in stock. The volume pot date is ’74, and the midrange and tone pot dates are illegible due to solder, but are believed to be original. Originally released with small block inlays, these were replaced by dot inlays starting in 1975. Maple body with 3-piece maple neck and ebony fingerboard, set neck joint, 24 frets. The pickups are two polepiece-less super humbuckers developed by Bill Lawrence, and the controls are a 6-way rotary switch for volume/midrange control/tone, giving this model a unique sound that can only be experienced with this model.
Overall, there are many scratches, dings, paint reactions, cracks, and other signs of use commensurate with its age. The head is cracked, but there is no problem in use. The nut has been replaced with a cow bone, but the original nut is included. The head has been replaced with a bull bone nut, but the original nut is included.
Truss rod: There is room for tightening/loosening direction.
Fret: 50% to 60%.
Year of production: 1975
Country of manufacture: U.S.A.
Condition: B: Fairly scratched and used, but no problems in normal use.
Serial number: 500305
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