#1
So, on Saturday I went down to the guitar shop to pick up some strings for my acoustic. While I was there this white double-cut LP Jr. caught my eye. So I picked it up and had a little play. It felt and sounded great. I got in just before closing time, so I didn't have a lot of time to fool around with it. So I put it back on the hanger and headed home. But i kept thinking about it over the weekend. So after class today I went down to the shop and had another play. And I thought to my self: "What the hell, treat your self!" And brought it home with me .

All right, picture time!!







Specs:

Mahogany body and neck.
22 fret rosewood fingerboard. 12" radius (I think).
Seymour Duncan p-90.
Wraparound bridge.
1 vol and 1 tone.

This guitar weighs almost nothing, you know when someone says: "This thing is heavy as s**t". Well it's the opposite of that.
The neck is sort of a thin D shape, I guess. I'm not good at describing neck shapes, all I know is it feels good to me. Not to thin, not to fat, just right. It gives you something to hold on to, with out getting in your way.
This is my first p-90 equipped guitar, and my first time trying a p-90 out for my self. And I am indeed very impressed. Having played it through my Orange Rocker 30 and my little Roland practice amp. On the clean setting, with the tone all the way up the sound is sparkly and crystal clear. Then you turn down the tone and you get a nice fat and warm sound, making up for the fact that there is no neck pickup. Throw some mud on this beast and it absolutely screams. A very punchy and focused sound. I played some Sabbath and Rocking in the free world (by Neal Young, obviously) and it sounded killer. If you turn down the volume you get a nice dirty blues sound. And turning the volume further down cleans it up really well, giving you the sparkly, crystal clear tone I mentioned earlier.

All in all I'm very impressed by this guitar, the build quality is excellent, it sounds great, it's amazing how much you can do with only one pickup. And last but not least it looks f***ing badass!
#3
HNGD.
Is that a Hunger Games poster on the last pic?
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#4
Very nice. If in doubt, use a LP Junior. I'm a fan of the double cuts myself, they always weigh very little. All them switches and splits and taps and whammies them young 'uns use these days... balls to it all! A neck, a body and a big fat P-90 is all you need. HNGD!
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#5
I love LP Juniors, they just look classy and sound mean as shit. HNGD
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#6
looks awesome! not usually a fan of em.. but....
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#8
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HNGD.
Is that a Hunger Games poster on the last pic?


Lol, I think that's a Mastodon poster.


HNGD!
#9
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Lol, I think that's a Mastodon poster.


HNGD!

Huh.
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#11
HNGD! I must say, however, that there is something about that pickguard that urks me.
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