Gibson Les Paul Junior Lite
Gibson Les Paul Junior Lite

Les Paul Junior Lite, LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

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Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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Value For Money : Excellent
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(((o)))'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gibson Les Paul Junior Lite
-In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
-How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
P100 X 2
2 volume controls
2 tone controls
3 position selector


-The handle is it fun?
This is the same as the DC Faded (D-shaped). This is the most comfortable I've tested on Gibson:
A little narrower and thicker than the SG built in the 90's. Same width but thinner than on the Gibson studio.
-Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
This is a double cut, so no worries.
-The interface is a good one (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
It is only available in "Lite" c-ie it is lighter than my SG (!) And is better balanced than the faded DC (itchy nose)
10/10 without hesitation to the ergonomics of the instrument.
Do you get a good sound easy? ...
The neck pickup gives a warm and round. The bridge pickup can get a lot of hooks and treble. The sound of this guitar is very good, p100 ensure a good output level, a sound that saturates easily but not more than parasites on the humbuckers.


-They are suitable to your style of music?
I bought this guitar after trying a Les Paul Faded DC (super comfortable to play) and I found the sound really well (p90). For comfort, the Junior Lite surpasses Faded DC, for against, the P100 is not a P90 ... Beware, the sound of P100 is very good but it is may be more between the humbuckers and a fender. In short, at this price, it's a great guitar, light and versatile (rock, pop, punk, reggae, blues, but with more character than a stratocaster ...)


- How long have you use it?
3 years
-How do you price / quality ratio?