2020 Gibson Custom 1957 Les Paul Junior VOS TV Yellow + OHSC + Candy
Stunning, as new 2020 1957 Gibson Les Paul Junior Reissue. Here is what Gibson say about it -
Gibson Custom Shop is the pinnacle of craftsmanship, quality, and sound excellence. Each instrument celebrates Gibson's legacy through accuracy, authenticity and attention to detail.
In guitar lingo, being "ruined" is when you play something so good, there's no going back to what you once had. No Gibson guitar has evoked this expression more than the Les Paul Junior. In the 1950s it was sold as a student/budget model -- as simple as a set-neck electric guitar could be. But after a while, the humble Les Paul Junior caught the ear of professional guitarists who appreciated its sonic purity and minimalist components. Gibson Custom Shop has proudly kept the recipe the same for this Historic Reissue. From the solid mahogany and hide glue construction to the vintage-style wiring, the classic Les Paul Junior is back...and ready to "ruin" you.
Body Shape - Les Paul
Body Material - 1-Piece Solid Mahogany
Weight Relief - None
Finish - Nitrocellulose VOS (Vintage Patina)
Material - Solid Mahogany
Profile - Chunky C-Shape
Scale Length - 24.75" / 628.65mm
Fingerboard Material - Indian Rosewood, Hide Glue Fit
Fingerboard Radius - 12"
Number Of Frets - 22
Frets - Authentic Medium-Jumbo
Nut Material - Nylon
Nut Width - 1.69" / 42.85mm
End of Board Width - 2.24" / 56.89mm
Inlays - Pearloid Dot
Joint - Long Tenon, Hide Glue Fit
Finish - Nickel
Tuner Plating - Nickel
Bridge - Wraparound
Tailpiece - Wraparound
Pickguard - Black
Truss Rod - Authentic 1950s No-Tube
Truss Rod Cover - Single-ply Black
Control Knobs - Gold Top Hats
Jack Plate Cover - Black Multi-Ply
Control Covers - Brown
Strap Buttons - Aluminum
Pickup Covers - Black Dog-Ear P-90
Bridge Pickup - Custom Dog-Ear P90
Controls - CTS 500K Audio Taper Potentiometers, Paper-in-Oil Capacitor
Output Jack - Switchcraft
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