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Gibson Les Paul Junior Vintage Tobacco Burst
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Worn Cherry
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Blue Stain
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Bass Worn Brown
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Bass Worn Ebony
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Worn Ebony
Gibson Les Paul Junior Tribute DC Bass Blue Stain
Gibson Custom Shop 1957 Les Paul Junior Single Cut Reissue VOS #791217
Gibson Les Paul Junior Vintage Tobacco Burst LH
Gibson Les Paul Junior Ebony
About Gibson Les Paul Junior
The Gibson Les Paul Junior started out life as a 'budget' model Les Paul guitar. It was shorn of all its bells and whistles to provide an affordable instrument for beginners and students. As often happens with these types of guitar, Gibson didn't quite realise what a powerful creation they had made. The Les Paul Junior, in either a single or double cutaway configuration, was an instrument with a spectacular voice! Professional artists began using it on stage and in the studio. It wasn't long before the humble Les Paul Junior became a classic electric guitar in its own right.
The concept is simple enough: a flat slab Mahogany body is glued to a Mahogany neck. One single P-90 single coil pickup (we never get tired of telling people how incredible P-90 pickups sound!) is then installed along with a combined bridge and tailpiece for simplicity. The whole design is finished with a single volume and tone control knob. It is possibly the most stripped down Gibson Les Paul ever.
The Les Paul Junior is offered by Gibson on a less frequent basis than their more famous models. However, there is a model from Gibson USA and a selection from the Gibson Custom Shop available regularly. Talk to any of our friendly staff members about the Gibson Les Paul Junior for details of model and finish availability. Remember, as one of the UK's biggest authorised Gibson and Gibson Custom Shop dealers, we have the best selection of Gibson guitars in the country. We also have access to instruments that many dealers do not. For Gibson guitars, there is only one choice: guitarguitar.