Up for sale is a rare and completely original 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior in a vibrant, unfaded cherry red finish, complete with its original soft 'gator' case. This guitar is a true gem and a testament to the unparalleled craftsmanship of the Gibson factory during the golden era of guitar production.
The Les Paul Junior is known for its simplicity and raw power, and this 1959 model is no exception. It has a single hot P-90 pickup that provides a warm, punchy tone that is perfect for a variety of playing styles, from blues to rock 'n' roll, punk and more. The guitar features a solid mahogany body and neck, with a rosewood fingerboard that is smooth and easy to play.
What sets this guitar apart is its stunning appearance and total originality. The unfaded cherry red finish is still vibrant and eye-catching, with only a few minor blemishes that are to be expected from a guitar of this age. The mahogany body has a gorgeous grain pattern that is accentuated by the rich red finish. The finish has only lightly faded over time, creating a unique vintage character that is highly sought after by collectors and guitar enthusiasts alike.
This Les Paul Junior has all of its original parts, including the tuners, bridge, and tailpiece, which are in excellent condition. The guitar has been well-preserved over the years and has had no modifications or repairs, making it an exceptional find for collectors and players alike.
The guitar is also accompanied by its original soft 'gator' case, which is also in excellent condition. The case has protected the guitar well over the years, and the plush interior is still in excellent condition, with no rips or tears.
This 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior is a must-have for any serious collector or guitarist looking for an instrument with history, character, and unbeatable tone. It has been well-preserved over the years and is a rare find in such original, un-modified condition.
Everyone needs a Junior in their collection and this '59 with its classic neck profile is the one everyone wants. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of guitar history!