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Les Paul Junior - Tobacco Burst

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Les Paul Junior - Tobacco Burst

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Les Paul Junior - Tobacco Burst
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The Les Paul Junior is part of Epiphones new Inspired by Gibson Collection and is based on the 1950s classic that has been a staple of rock for over six decades.

Featuring a Mahogany body in Vintage Tobacco Sunburst finish, a single dogear P90 PRO™ single coil pickup, a Lightning Bar wrap around bridge, and Epiphone Deluxe Vintage tuners.

Specifications
Body: Mahogany
Body Finish: Vintage Tobacco Burst
Neck/Profile: Mahogany, Vintage 50's
Scale Length: 24.75" / 628.65mm
Fingerboard: Indian Laurel, 12" radius
Frets: 22, Medium-Jumbo
String Nut: Graph Tech
Bridge: Lightning Bar Wrap Around
Pickups: P-90 PRO™ Dogear
Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone, CTS
Hardware Finish: Nickel
Tuning Machines: Epiphone Deluxe Vintage

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Very inspiring guitar for the money. 3 of 3 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Edmonton South, Alberta
This was my first single pick up guitar, wow, so much fun, 2 weeks in and I cannot put it down. Out of the box and straight on stage and it just ripped. Looks great, good components and a nice fat neck but it’s all about the sound and feel of this thing. Went and tried a Gibson to compare and I’ll tell you to save your money. The difference is so minor it’s a no brainer, once you learn to milk the volume and tone knobs this little monster can do it all. 5 stars from me, bedroom to stage it’s the real deal
Posted by Big daddy G on Feb 12, 2024
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Under the Radar Good 4 of 4 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Hamilton, Ontario
I own several U.S. Gibsons, Fenders, PRS and Gretsch Japan. I really wanted a Les Paul Junior to noodle with and leave out to play without fear of loss or damage in the house. The Gibson Les Paul Junior is absolutely ridiculously priced at $2,149. I mean really, a slab body with a P-90 pickup. I played one in the store and while it was nice, there was no way in the world it was worth $2,149.00 The build quality of this Epiphone is excellent, I found no flaws (and I inspected very closely). In particular, the tuners are superb with no lash or play whatsoever. I was pleasantly surprised as both Gibson and Epiphone "Kluson" type tuners I've had on past and present guitars have never been very good, having a lot of play/lash in the cheap mechanism. Not so with this particular guitar. Also, the fret work was much better than previous Epiphones I've played and owned. This is a common weak point and a typical but understandable cost saving measure to keep pricing down. I still had to clean, buff and polish the frets as they were typically a bit sticky, but there were no sharp ends or high frets (common on my previous Epiphones). The body on my guitar is a 3 piece with a top and back veneer that looks really nice. Colour and finish on the neck and body are flawless. The neck is very Gibson 50's fat but comfortable to play, which I love. Definitely not for the "slim 60's" crowd. The nut was well cut and clean. The lightening bolt bridge intonates very well with 10-46 strings and I found no issues with the accuracy of intonation once a did some minor adjustments - a HUGE improvement over the original Gibson LP Junior bridge. Electronics are good quality (CTS) and the Epiphone P-90 pickup is very good - both clean and driven, and I will not be changing it out. My only mild annoyance is the cheap plastic fret dots (really Dollar Store looking on an otherwise nice fretboard, even though it's Indian Laurel). This is not just a "good for the price" guitar, it truly is a very good quality instrument worthy of playing professionally with. I am very impressed with the improvements in quality that Epiphone has made in recent years. Try both the Gibson and Epiphone version of this guitar side by side if you can and see what you think. Honestly, Gibson should take note. I would recommend this Epiphone to anyone looking for a quality affordable guitar.
Posted by Edward on Sep 12, 2023
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Just fantastic 11 of 12 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   New Minas, Nova Scotia
So a lot of folks put value on the name on the headstock and where a guitar is made and by whom. But I'm here to tell you, a quality guitar is a quality guitar. Plays great, sounds great. Action, intonation and tuning stability is great. The finish is beautiful. It's a no brainer. The Gibby version runs about 1900$ the epi runs a sub 500$. More than worth the money. So happy with this guitar. If you're an LP Junior fan just buy it. You wont be disappointed.
Posted by J Mac on Jun 16, 2021
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Great Guitar! 7 of 7 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Fredericton, New Brunswick
I have owned this Junior for a few months now, and I have to say, I love it! It's very well made and looks beautiful. The tuners work great and are very solid. The P90 pickup sounds fantastic, whether clean or with that awesome P90 growl! The body has a good weight to it, not light, but not super heavy. It's comfortable to wear. The neck is definitely chunkier than I'm used to but, even with my smaller hands, it feels good. I highly recommend checking one out. Big thumbs up!
Posted by Glenn on May 30, 2021
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Next best thing to a Gibson Junior 8 of 8 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Ottawa, Ontario
Like title said next best thing to a Gibson junior. Neck is a bit phat but it is still manageable, That P90 pro offer great range of sound. The only draw back I got from this guitar is the glossy finish as it create insane prints.
Posted by Jeremie on Feb 23, 2021
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