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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Junior gets a glossy new coat to go to rock school.
Simple and elegant, the Les Paul Junior is an affordable, basic Les Paul finished in cool nitro lacquer finishes. Think of them as set-neck, single-cutaway hot rods. Gibson's new black obeche fingerboards look exotic and feel great on the slim-taper 60s neck profile.
Introduced in '55 as an affordable alternative to the Les Paul's carved-top luxury, the Gibson Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar -- a one-pickup, flattop cruisin' machine -- caught on quickly and climbed right into guitar legend. The Les Paul Junior is crafted by Gibson artisans in Nashville, Tennessee with a set neck and compensated wraparound bridge/tailpiece that provide solid intonation and vibrant resonance. The solid mahogany body and set neck add to the resonance and great sustain while the single dog-ear P-90 pickup dishes out single-coil high definition with added punch— beautiful electric guitar tone through a lightly or heavily pushed amp. Black obeche fretboard with 22 frets and dot inlays. Chrome hardware.
- Handcrafted in Nashville, TN USA
- Body: Genuine Mahogany
- Neck: Genuine Mahogany (Slim Taper)
- Fingerboard: Black Obeche
- Hardware: Chrome Lightning Bar Bridge/ Tailpiece
- White Button Tuners
- Electronics: Gibson P-90 “Dog Ear”
- Case: Gibson 940 Deluxe Gig Bag
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Comments about Gibson Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar:
I just received my tobacco burst after being allowed to choose actual guitar based on photos, weight, set-up, etc. Mine is a featherweight at exactly 7.0 lbs with the tightest and straightest grain I have ever seen on a Jr. It plays and sounds as good as my 62 SG Jr. Gibson has REALLY raised the bar with this one.