The Junior are the guitars made in japan made around 89/91, of exellent quality and age really well.
I have version 2 I believe, a micro version with double and two singles.
One volume, one tone, floyd. The neck has 22 frets.
It's a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard. The body is mahogany I think.
He slips just enough, it is shaped, neither too late nor too broad, but really easy to play. The solos go well, the highs are easily accessible.
This guitar is a Junior, its dimensions are slightly below normal, so it is light, handy and perfect for shorter riders like me.
One senses immediately the quality of wood, over the tremolo is pretty good, it takes the agreement, and no knob crachotte do not even jack.
I'll change the pickups of my junior, I think it Instalation a Tone Zone, a HS2 and at DiMarzio The Cruiser to replace the current EMG.
I will note guitar on this point when I could really test it with the pickups that I like.
Mine as of April 1989, this guitar is older than me! For the moment I'm in love, it is light, convenient, easy to play, it sounds good, and really a lot of class, we feel that it is a guitar manufacturing quality has not been neglected.
The fact that Patrick Rondat poses with this guitar on the cover of his album On The Edge pushed me to buy this guitar, I had never played before, and I am far from regretting my purchase, so, thank you Patrick!
I will publish my opinion when I changed my pickups and received the last elements of the rack that I'm thinking about building (preamp peavey peavey classic 50/50 RockMaster + ...).
EDIT: My rack is full, and although it sounds as always. A good guitar in a good amp is perfect for taking fun working his instrument.