Gibson Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender
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Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender, LP-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the Les Paul series.


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Gibson Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Gibson
  • Model:Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender
  • Series:Les Paul
  • Category:LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2012

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Gibson Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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fred-paris03/01/2013

fred-paris's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I have dreamed Gibson did"

Gibson Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender
A Les Paul that thinks it's a telecaster? This is a guitar luthier? Nope, just a limit draw (no video of this guitar on youtube from mine, that's how it is not very rpandue).
There is therefore a swamp ash body (lightweight) in 3 parts with a table ash in one portion.
The neck is maple with maple touch that reminds one a lot on my PRS NF3 korina birds: selects rather well.
Particularity the handle makes no angle to the table to accommodate the hardtail bridge.
Mcaniques Grover tuning so no problem keeping.

Electronic Ct was 2 P90 pilots with 2 volumes (the acute micro splitter allows the microphone ... high) and Gnrale Tone.

A tortoise shell pickguard Telecaster mode to hide the linkage of the B-Bender Joe Glaser system. This is very effective: no worry even tuning by using it as a patient (normal, I've never played with a B-Bender so I tend to abuse the thing time find my feet; o)

The B-Bender can be converted to G-Bender by switching the jumpers.

It is a book in tui spcial brown with leather fawn reasons repelled. It is not written Gibson USA it (I prefer personal) and it's just as beautiful discreet.

USE

The handle is too big or too thin. The access to the treble is better than on a Les Paul Standard or Custom (body less thick) but a little worse than my Les Paul Special 1979 (a 55 RI is a real gem ...). The neck heel is actually less thick and will not until flush with the back of the guitar. So we feel a little corner of the body with the palm of the hand lorsq'on plays in acute ... but you soon get used to it.

The sound is top of P90 and split on acute allows to use it as a boost following how the receiver is rgle. It does not sound like a Telecaster or as a Les Paul but the combination of P90 with ash and maple is very intressante: very dynamic with good attacks.

SONORITS

We can all play with this guitar. Personally, I do not know in country and everything else (rock, blues, hard rock) passes without flinching. Obviously P90 are not made to the Mtal.

The clean sounds are very beautiful and split really helps if you play with a MUSCL amp. L o excels this guitar is crunch: a sends the ball without problem and the sustain is excellent.

A link to a video of this guitar:



NOTICE GLOBAL

I just buy it but I have thirty guitars so what ... And compare this guitar is well worth its price. Ct "collector" certainly attracted me to departure but the qualities of the guitar quickly convinced me.

The B-Bender permmettre should add some other effects of time even if it is not a country music player (Jimmy Page possde a good LP std with G ... Bender).

B-Bender put hand, this is the kind of scratches that could control its maker and for which you would pay twice the price of it.

In my opinion, a Les Paul that stands out and that it deserves intresse.
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fred-paris03/01/2013

fred-paris's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I dreamed, Gibson did"

Gibson Les Paul Junior Special with B-Bender
A Les Paul that thinks a telecaster? This is a guitar luthier? Nope, just a limited edition (no video on youtube of this guitar except mine, that's how it is uncommon).
So we have a swamp ash body (light) into 3 parts table with ash in a game.
The neck is maple with a maple fingerboard that is very reminiscent of the one on my PRS NF3 korina birds: rather selected.
Feature: the handle does not angle the table to accommodate the bridge hardtail.
Grover is no problem keeping tuning.

Electronics side, we have 2 P90 driven by two volumes (the micro acute splitter allows the microphone ... acute) and overall tone.

Tortoise shell pickguard a fashionable Telecaster to hide the linkage system B-Bender Joe Glaser. It is very efficient: no problem tuning even using it as a patient (normal, I never played with a B-Bender so I tend to abuse the thing time to find my marks o )

B-Bender can be converted to G-Bender swapping the jumpers.

It comes in a special case with brown embossed leather motifs way. It is not written above Gibson USA (personally I prefer) and it is beautiful while being discreet.

UTILIZATION

The handle is too big or too late. Access to acute is better than a Les Paul Standard or Custom (thinner body) but a little less than my Les Paul Special 1979 (a 55 RI is a gem ...). The heel of the neck is actually thinner and will not until flush with the back of the guitar. So it feels a little corner of the body with the palm of the hand lorsq'on plays in the treble ... but you soon get used to.

The sound of the P90 is split on top and the high can be used as a boost following rule how the amp. It does not sound like a Telecaster or a Les Paul but as the combination of P90 with ash and maple is very interesting dynamic with good attacks.

SOUNDS

We can play anything with this guitar. Personally, I do not know anything about country and everything (rock, blues, hard rock) passes without flinching. Obviously the P90 are not made for metal.

The sounds are beautiful and split really helps if you play with an amp muscular. Where this guitar excels, it is crunch: it sends the ball smoothly and the sustain is excellent.

A link to a video of this guitar:


OVERALL OPINION

I just to buy but I have a thirty guitars ... so what compare And this guitar is well worth the price. Side "collector" I was certainly attracted initially, but the quality of the guitar quickly convinced me.

B-Bender permmettre should add some effects from time to time even if you're not a player country music (Jimmy Page does have a std LP with G Bender ...).

B-Bender aside, this is the kind of scratches that could command his maker and for which you would pay double the price for it.

In my opinion, a Les Paul that stands out and deserves attention.
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