Number of Frets
Truss Rod Cover
1-Piece Lightweight Mahogany
TV Yellow Nitrocellulose (Murphy Heavy Aged)
24.75" / 62.865cm
Indian Rosewood, Hide Glue Fit
12" / 304.8mm
Authentic Medium Jumbo
1.69“ / 42.85mm
2.24" / 56.89mm
Long Tenon, High Glue Fit
Wraparound Nickel w/nickel plated brass saddles
Kluson Strip w/white buttons
Authentic 1950’s no tube
Single Ply black
Black Top Hats
Silkscreened Cellulose Acetate Butyrate
Custom Dogear P-90
CTS 500K Audio Taper Potentiometers, Luxe Paper-in-Oil Capacitors,
Round Core, Pure Nickel .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
Aged Brown/Lifton Reissue 5-Latch
Certificate of Authenticity, Mounted Custom Shop Switch Plate Medallion; Reissue Switch Backplate in Case
6.990,- Euros for Germany only incl. 19% German VAT!
5.874,- Euros for Europe + local VAT (OSS)!
5.874,- Euros Export Outside Europe!
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. It features Heavy Aging by the skilled artisans of the Murphy Lab. The Murphy Lab Heavy Aged finish treatment, paired with heavily aged hardware, simulates decades of heavy play wear, giving it the unique character, vibe, and feel of an original example from the Gibson Golden Era.
First introduced in the early 1950s, Gibson's legendary P90 single coil pickup produced a raw powerful tone that helped define the blues and rock and roll in their formative years. Today, the P90's traditional combination of high output and brilliant tone is still considered a favorite among many top musicians. Known by such familiar nicknames as the "Soapbar" and the "Cobalt," the P90 still cuts through any type of music, all while displaying amazing tonal sensitivity for everything from blues and rock to mellow jazz riffs. It's perfect as a vintage replacement, and features vintage, braided two-conductor wiring. It's also fully wax potted to eliminate any chance of unwanted microphonic feedback.