#1
Alright, I'm a big fan of Les Paul Juniors, and I saw this here a few months ago;

http://www2.gibson.com/Products/Electric-Guitars/Les-Paul/Gibson-USA/Junior.aspx

I got the MSRP, but we all know that's never sale price, and they don't say when their releasing it. Any ideas on either? If so, I'd really appreciate it.

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#2
Click on buy now at the top and then look through the UK dealerships, see if any of them stock them.

That's all i can offer =/
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#3
>.< Not British. Why does everyone assume I am...?
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#4
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>.< Not British. Why does everyone assume I am...?
A quick glance at your location suggests that, of course. If you filled it out accurately it'd be more useful.
#5
A few years ago, one of these ran about $800 or so new in a local music store (I was going to pick it up then decided against it). I imagine they'd go for around $1000 or so.
#6
That's a nice looking Jr. I am not normally a fan of them but I could handle that one. Maybe they see that you WANT to live in England and the Lennon pic confuses them.
#7
Juniors are definitely cool guitars, they don't really get a variety of tones, but you can't get their unique tone anywhere else.
#8
Quote by al112987
Juniors are definitely cool guitars, they don't really get a variety of tones, but you can't get their unique tone anywhere else.


Indeed, and I like sed tone, hence why their a fav of mine. Also, to those telling me my location's use of the word "England" is why people think I live in England, edited, the "USA" should be more noticeable now.

Anyway, I feel somewhat stupid for asking this, but would you guys say I should go for this or a high-quality Les Paul Junior copy? The copy is from a company I have a pair of guitars that I love from, so I know their quality, and it's about half of what it should be if the estimate I have so far is right. Link for those interested;

http://www.dillionguitars.com/guitar/electric/DL/DLJR58/index.html

Like I said, yes it's a copy, but it's cheaper, and I have two other Dillion's that I love. Should I try for the real one or the copy?
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#9
If you can swing the Gibson you should always get your $ back. I don't know much a bout Dillon but that guitar looks nice.
#10
Eastwood also makes an LP jr. doublecut copy that is pretty nice looking, and I always hear good stuff about their guitars.

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#11
Sorry for a n00b question. But is the Les Paul Junior smaller than the normal Les Paul, or is it just the single pickup instead of the 2 or 3 normally on a Standard sized Les Paul?
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#12
It's basically the same size, minus a pair of knobs, a selector switch, a pair of humbuckers, a bridgepiece, binding and a maple top, plus a P-90, more sustain from the new bridge, and a different(and IMO wonderful) sound.
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#13
Quote by OceanofNoise
Eastwood also makes an LP jr. doublecut copy that is pretty nice looking, and I always hear good stuff about their guitars.

That's actually a LP Special copy. Similar of course, but a lot of people like the simplicity of the Jr.