(SOLD) Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009

Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009
Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry 2009

Gibson Les Paul Junior, made in USA 2009, faded cherry. So often, simple is the best. The combination of a slab of mahogany, a simple wrap around bridge and a single P-90 pickup delivers so much tone, it'll make you wonder why you ever wanted all that extra stuff in the first place. There's a sweet clarity and sparkle through the top end that lends definition and dynamics to lead lines, while the fast and thick midrange adds weight and depth to chords. If you're frequently jumping from rhythm to lead and back again, this makes for a great 'transition' guitar as it covers both bases so nicely. The neck is a moderate '59 shape, neither skinny nor chunky, sitting nicely in the hands and allowing you to just get carried away playing without wrestling with it. The matte finish is showing a bit of wear around the edges, but it's in pretty tip top shape considering how thin the nitro coat is. With a bit more play and natural wear on the clock, this will have the look and feel of a proper well played vintage Gibson. These seldom last long around here, so if you've got the hankering, don't leave this one hanging!

Model: Gibson Les Paul Junior
Made: USA, 2009 (serial 007090382)
Finish: faded cherry, satin nitro
Body: mahogany
Neck: mahogany, rosewood board, 24.75" scale, 12" radius, 43mm nut, '59 style moderate profile
Weight: 3.400kg
Mods: none
Pickups: Gibson P-90 single coil
Case: Gibson gig bag

Cosmetic condition notes: minor finish wear. The headstock has some minor dimples on the end and edges. The neck is clean and smooth in the hands, minor dimples and some rub wear on the back only. The back has some dimples on the back edge and elbow area and some surface scratches and glossing in the middle of the body. The sides have some dimples in the elbow area and near the jack and some rub wear on the bottom horn. The front has some dimples and rub wear in the elbow area and some standard play wear on the guard and top horn. Overall: very good condition (8/10).

Playing condition notes: Neck is straight, action is low, intonation is good, truss rod works. All electrics tested and working properly. Frets have some normal wear but they're fairly even with no major buzz issues, 7/10 for life left. Wearing fresh 10/52 Moonshiners strings.


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