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LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Les Paul series.

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  • John MichaelJohn Michael

    Effective!

    Gibson Les Paul Junior SpecialPublished on 12/04/12 at 11:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A brand new guitar made in the U.S. (it seems he just put the logo and the plate to qualify for the appellation). A mahogany body with a black finish, gloss nitro, without table carved maple as reported in Standard and Custom, which seriously reduces beast, a wide and flat handle "slim type" dot inlays and binding with, and the new key in "baked maple" - some would translate into a horrible "boiled maple" (beurck - is that marketers?), mechanics and two vintage P-90 pickups real plastic covers with black-toc as it doit.Un inverter 3 positions, two volumes, two tones. Nothing but super classic ...

    UTILIZATION

    ... But also SUPER effective! The grip is perfect, just the right weight…
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    A brand new guitar made in the U.S. (it seems he just put the logo and the plate to qualify for the appellation). A mahogany body with a black finish, gloss nitro, without table carved maple as reported in Standard and Custom, which seriously reduces beast, a wide and flat handle "slim type" dot inlays and binding with, and the new key in "baked maple" - some would translate into a horrible "boiled maple" (beurck - is that marketers?), mechanics and two vintage P-90 pickups real plastic covers with black-toc as it doit.Un inverter 3 positions, two volumes, two tones. Nothing but super classic ...

    UTILIZATION

    ... But also SUPER effective! The grip is perfect, just the right weight, stick a treat, virtually identical to that of a SG 61 reissue, which is in my opinion the reference, with access to acute, without limitation, ideal dimensions, very well made, a work of art. microphones "send serious wood." The neck pickup is both round, faithful, powerful, allowing all nuances. The bridge pickup is furious at will. THE rock sound par excellence. Add to that a dazzling sustain as if the violin was given to vibrate in unison with some notes and harmonics. Surprising. it sings, especially in large saturation. What's more bonheur.De junction sleeve body is positioned ideally, the guitar does not tune. the mechanical kind Kluson 14.1 are accurate and they keep the agreement. (not like some SG)

    SOUNDS

    Rhythmic, jazzy lines, BLUES, ROCK, Hard rock. Everything sounds! Simply adjust the settings with onions volume and tone. It is out of all situations. WHat it with Koch Studiotone that sends furious riffs, or even with a small VOX 15W transistor, eaten, indulged, one begins to dream that we be, we want more.
    Certainly, to return to the comparison made above, SG 61 with PAF 57 offers a little more heat soup or sustain (but you need a stopwatch to decide!), But almost 2 times more expensive, ... it does not so well agree.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two weeks, but it took damn hours in a short time. When I tried it in store, it is immediately out from the crowd (even compared to LP "YOUR foo - foo" ..) Can not get rid of. Value for money: up to much.
    Maple key needs to be well nourished at baseline (add paraffin oil 2 or 3 times in one or two weeks until saturation)
    It is an instrument endearing. ^ My word be:

    EFFECTIVE!
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  • NicomNicom

    Gibson Les Paul Junior SpecialPublished on 03/31/03 at 16:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Gibson Les Paul Junior Special (Made in the USA)

    Frets 22 "Rosewood"
    Two microphones of the type "P-100 humbuckers"
    Mcaniques finishing: chrome
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, micro switch positions three (acute, acute + serious, serious)
    One finishing REFERENCE "Natural" in Gibson.
    Flat table.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very enjoyable, much more than I think Les Paul Studio, but a little less "easy" a standard SG. This guitar, worthy of hritire LP Jr, is relatively trslgre compared to the LP "Studio" and other "Standard".
    The settings are aisments accesible and above all a clear royal who wants to get the sound of his choice.

    SOUNDS

    Sound tha…
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    Gibson Les Paul Junior Special (Made in the USA)

    Frets 22 "Rosewood"
    Two microphones of the type "P-100 humbuckers"
    Mcaniques finishing: chrome
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, micro switch positions three (acute, acute + serious, serious)
    One finishing REFERENCE "Natural" in Gibson.
    Flat table.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very enjoyable, much more than I think Les Paul Studio, but a little less "easy" a standard SG. This guitar, worthy of hritire LP Jr, is relatively trslgre compared to the LP "Studio" and other "Standard".
    The settings are aisments accesible and above all a clear royal who wants to get the sound of his choice.

    SOUNDS

    Sound that kills ...
    Both P100 are absolutely fabulous, I who enchant silent by humbuckers from my old LP Studio (y'avait, moreover, that delighted me was that this guitar), the upgrade and is by far . It is ready to open heart sounds rock / blues in the outgoing guts to sustain a breath.
    In his clear, as the rhythmic funk, it offers Lumire and sound variations that I do not even have dinner there in a "solid boby" Gibson.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the guitar I was looking for years ... Just by chance ... The story is long, but when I tried this guitar, I found myself trapped in a bubble, that of having to find a guitar that m'enmenait as far as I wanted ... His contact and his gal are without feeling my mind compared to other models of the type (LP Studio, Strd ...). Of course, its price ... More important than a "studio" but unless a "Standard", even when still too ... Especially since Gibson did (probably to lower its price in store) the book not Fly Case, but cover a shame, but I tell you now, Any dealer will offer you the flycase after two seconds of n Bargaining if you buy it new. Gibson must AIM to crack I think.
    The only one that had a little Wonderland, was .... the same o)) But with 20 years younger ... Wood, who had worked the microphones become "vintage" gave him an even more addictive most significant (rock) ... A wonder! ... But the march of OCCAZ, they are rare, especially those that are 100% original and in good condition. Very often the bridges are changed, mechanical ditto ... So gaffe ... But once a new guitar seems to tell me a story each note chosen is that I love the Gibson l. ..
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  • Rolls_DTRolls_DT

    Gibson Les Paul Junior SpecialPublished on 03/29/05 at 10:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    USA
    22 Frets "Rosewood"
    Pickups: P-100 humbuckers
    mcaniques: chrome
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, micro switch three positions (acute, acute + grave, grave)
    MODEL 77 'REdition 1955 (with wood wear well in the ca gives vintage)
    J and I changed the mcaniques because it did too old j've put stagg (yes while waiting to have more of the tune to put gibson) and although I can say that Staggs take out their role
    Flat table (although ca c)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, good fluidity for a model "les paul" but less fluid than SG (well-known ca c)
    As against those who want to do big solos that will drop in the treble: 22 boxes already, and th…
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    USA
    22 Frets "Rosewood"
    Pickups: P-100 humbuckers
    mcaniques: chrome
    Bridge: Tune-o-matic
    Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, micro switch three positions (acute, acute + grave, grave)
    MODEL 77 'REdition 1955 (with wood wear well in the ca gives vintage)
    J and I changed the mcaniques because it did too old j've put stagg (yes while waiting to have more of the tune to put gibson) and although I can say that Staggs take out their role
    Flat table (although ca c)

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, good fluidity for a model "les paul" but less fluid than SG (well-known ca c)
    As against those who want to do big solos that will drop in the treble: 22 boxes already, and then access to your dernires not ais (anyway to play good rock n roll not required)
    Ergonomics: terrible, not too heavy, it takes c

    Sound: p $ aaaaaaaaahhhhhhh tain what's crazy! I play in an extreme metal band and I used a Triple XXX Head agreement in SI (not c Dropped the rotten looooolll playing like that) and his hyper violent and dchire prcis c perfect!

    SOUNDS

    Trs is versatile but takes a great distortion sound (mine anyway)

    guitar rock n roll wholesale prcis fat and well, a little dirty as a rgal c

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since I was 14 years (ie in 1994) my first c who has purchased an individual and made me a present (thank you dad)

    I'm so glad and I think I never change the scratch
    on the other hand if I buy a new one I will take a PRS
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