#2
When they came out, they were a stripped down student model.
You can still set the intonation with it, just poorly.
Mine isn't that bad either.
#4
the LP jr. is more stripped down than the BFG, thats why its only got one pickup
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#6
from my experience of wrapover bridges with no intonation adjustments is they don't need them because the intonation somehow seems to be spot-on on these guitars all the time.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#7
Handy isn't it!

I'm planning on making a les paul jr. and was wondering about it because i thought it'd be simpler to do that than angle the neck and everythin . . . i have very little equipment you see so i'm trying to keep it simple (and cheap) so i thought if i just buy a stop bar and turn it round so it works like a wraparound . . . maybe that'll solve some issues.
#8
My Gibson LP Jr has two small black screws at each end of the wrap-around-bridge. You can adjust the intonation, poorly, with these. But I never had a problem with my LP Jr's intonation anyways.
#11
dont like the Les Paul Jr. or the SG Jr. I think they look like nothing like a real LP or SG standard, classic, or Custom, which defeats the purpose of forking out the cash to buy a Gibson IMO
Peavey XXX combo *upgraded screen resistors, Tung-Sol's, and 6L6's*
Schecter Syn Std. * modded, scalloped, and worn*
Schecter C-1 Elite *still sexy*
Ibanez AEL 12-string

"He who sticks his dick in peanut butter is fucking nuts"
#12
Sorry for the bad picture, but you can see the two black screws. Like I said before, you can set the intonation with them, just poorly. My LP Jr is almost spot on though. So, I only had to tweek the a little bit.

#13
Quote by bjovi400
dont like the Les Paul Jr. or the SG Jr. I think they look like nothing like a real LP or SG standard, classic, or Custom,


I'm ok.

Quote by bjovi400
which defeats the purpose of forking out the cash to buy a Gibson IMO,


Another ok.
#14
hey, i said IMO
Peavey XXX combo *upgraded screen resistors, Tung-Sol's, and 6L6's*
Schecter Syn Std. * modded, scalloped, and worn*
Schecter C-1 Elite *still sexy*
Ibanez AEL 12-string

"He who sticks his dick in peanut butter is fucking nuts"
#15
Quote by bjovi400
dont like the Les Paul Jr. or the SG Jr. I think they look like nothing like a real LP or SG standard, classic, or Custom, which defeats the purpose of forking out the cash to buy a Gibson IMO


Hey man, it's not how they look....it's how they sound. That P-90 in the bridge can be a total TONE MONSTER, and through a good amp a Les Paul Junior can totally rip. They're the Les Paul Standard's younger, stripped-down, but wild younger brother.

Best of luck on your build project, CobenBlack----have some pics when it's done.....I know I'll at least be drooling.
'Cause I have done it before and I will do it some more....
#16
The Gibson Les Paul jr. is a GREAT sounding guitar that has a characteristic sound like no other, wow what a stupid comment.

I was really close to buying a LP jr. a few years back. They're just awesome instruments.
#17
Quote by bjovi400
hey, i said IMO


So

They are really nice guitars. They playability is unreal. You can do a lot of sounds with just that one P-90.