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  1. What strings do Gibson use for regular models?

    04 April 2017 - 06:22 AM

    for example Les Paul studios, Les Paul Juniors.

    I like the strings that are on my new junior. Normally it's the first thing I change but may stick with them.
  2. new arrival. 2016 Les Paul Junior

    01 April 2017 - 12:59 PM

    Gibson LP Junior 2016 Limited Proprietary Vintage Sunburst

    arrived this morning absolutely love it. finally have a gibson les paul junior. couldn't find any info on it on the gibson site.

    here are some specs I found.

    The Gibson USA LP Junior Limited Proprietary with complete vintage correct specs.

    Mahogany body

    Mahogany neck

    Neck wide topnut 1.69 inch 42.9 mm

    Neck thickness topnut 0.81 inch 20.74 mm

    Wide 12e fret 2.06 inch 52.35 mm

    Thickness 12e fret 0.89 inch 22.64 mm

    Vintage white plastic tuner knobs

    P90 pickup

    1st up next to my epiphone.

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  3. trivial annoying things online when you have an interest in guitars.

    28 March 2017 - 03:10 AM

    these are just a couple of trivial things I noticed.

    1) Seeing that yousician advert at the beginning of multiple youtube videos every day. 'I've always wanted to play the guitar'

    2) People who list guitars on ebay as Gibson when they are Epiphone. or deliberately photo the item with the headstock out of shot.
  4. I noticed something odd about my small guitar collection

    20 March 2017 - 08:59 AM

    It's relatively small currently just 4 electric guitars and 1 acoustic.

    There are plenty of different models I dream of owning.
    Yet the guitars I do own are usually the result of either an impulse, or right guitar at the right time.

    I've wanted a Les Paul Junior for the past few years now. I could have bought one on multiple occasions. rather than wait I bought a epiphone 57 reissue. Whilst it's nice it's not really what I wanted.

    I have the same feeling with my Kramer the 84. If someone said to me what guitars would you pick I'd probably rather have a strat or tele in my collection. But at the same time I don't want to sell it. though the floyd rose drives me crazy.

    And finally I have my 2016 Les Paul studio. it was a steal of a deal. I do love it it's the best guitar I've owned. but I wouldn't have bought a black one.

    So I was thinking perhaps instead of having 4 electrics 1 I love and 3 that I am not crazy about. get rid of the 3 and buy something else I like.

    I do have a Les Paul Standard or above on my too buy list but that's going to be a bit later as I am saving slowly and want to buy something special.

    Since owning my les paul studio I have fallen in love with Gibson guitars. when I was younger I used to always prefer fender probably as generally a bit cheaper. I am nearly 35 now so my tastes have changed.

    What do you think guys? get rid of the epiphone junior and the kramer and get something I want. Also nothing better than new guitar for a bit of inspiration :)
  5. Les Paul Special?

    17 March 2017 - 10:31 AM

    I found it online but I am trying haven't heard back from them regarding info on the year or serial number.

    Do you think it seems legit? and rough guesses what year it is from? I can see it has the binding. the headstock logos look a bit odd but could be blurry photos. I don't know much about Specials.

    It's listed as Les Paul Special p=90 faded.

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