G&L has introduced its first set-neck instruments, the Ascari and Fiorano, part of the company’s Tribute Series. Inspiration for them came from a long-lost drawing of G&L founder Leo Fender’s own concept for a twin-humbucker guitar with three-on-a-side tuner configuration. The guitars have mahogany bodies with flame-maple tops, mahogany necks, rosewood fingerboards, with 24¾” scale and 22 medium-jumbo frets on the Ascari, 25½” scale and 24 frets on the Fiorano. Both have a 12” radius neck with a modern slim C profile and measure 1-11/16” at nut. Other features include a TonePros locking bridge and tailpiece and G&L custom-designed humbuckers. Learn more at glguitars.com/ascari-fiorano.