#1
so whats the difference between a junior electric guitar and a regular one? i thought that it would be smaller, like fewer frets and such, but then a friend told me that it just had one less pickup and so difference in size. i was just wondering if you guys had any input. thanks
#2
Well do you mean an actual smaller size guitar or are you talking about a guitar with "Junior" in its product name?
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#3
like with junior in its product name. i dont want a child sized guitar
#5
i guess what im asking is...ive never played an electric guitar. straight up acoustic for more than 2 years now. i just wanted to know if a junior guitar would be a good starting point. i dont want to dump tons of money into this, im not dreaming of becoming famous because of my guitar. its just something i enjoy. so i was wondering if say the epiphone lp junior was worth the 90 bucks or if it is something my 10 year old kid would feel more comfortable playing
#6
They're a budget form of the guitar....kind of. Not budget as in worse, but less. I love the SG junior. They basically have one less pickup, maybe different fret markers, cheaper finishes.
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#7
Oooh...you're looking at an epi junior. I like the gibson SG junior. I'm not so sure about the epi. I'd say get a standard if you're going epi
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