#1
99 dollars.I have one and surprisingly it's not that bad at all?What ya'll think?Crunchy tone(good for rock.metal)but rediculously cheap parts.
#2
i've played em. personally i think the the standards are much better sounding and better quality. i don't like the juniors
#5
i like it. i wish it had a TOM though. i have one.
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#6
Quote by HyperBoy2519
i like it. i wish it had a TOM though. i have one.

I'm thinking about adding a Tune-O-Matic (If thats what you mean by TOM) Bridge. I think those bridges are more comfortable than the Wrap-Arounds.
#7
I've considered getting one for a slide guitar, after a pickup change.
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#8
Quote by Mockingbird452
I'm thinking about adding a Tune-O-Matic (If thats what you mean by TOM) Bridge. I think those bridges are more comfortable than the Wrap-Arounds.

yeah thats what im talking about...with that you also get the ability to set intonation...you cant do that with just a wrap around.

keep me posted on that
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#9
I own one. I took the pickguard off because it made the guitar too country-looking. I like my SX SEG more. The Epi is definitely alright though. Is it true that they're made of plywood?
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#10
It's some sort of laminate alder/plywood combination. hard to say exactly what it is, but whatever it is makes the bastards sustain for AGES....
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#11
Actually what makes them sustain for ages is that wraparound bridge.

Having a simpler, more direct bridge like that increases the sustain hugely, even though the neck is bolt-on and the body is some crap plywood (I doubt it's even an alder mix). Even string-throughs will have less sustain, as that's still two elements (tune-o-matic and string-through) rather than one (wraparound). Switching to a tune-o-matic or other bridge will utterly kill the one good thing those Juniors have - the bizarrely good sustain.

If you ever get the chance to, play an SG Goddess (wraparound bridge) against a regular SG (tune-o-matic). Even though the regular SG has more wood in the (thicker) body, the Goddess sustains over twice as long; because of that bridge.

Don't ever change it. if anything, get used to it, and replace the bridges on your other guitars with wraparounds too.
#12
I bought mine as something to kill on stage.. then i couldn't do it, i ended up liking the guitar a lot.
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