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  1. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    This post should removed! It’s perfectly ok to post your special but it’s a little rich of you to include your junior too. That’s just being plain rude!!
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    NVGD

    You should feel bad playing it, ship it to me, I won’t Beautiful
  3. rhys1157

    I need your help: When my Les Paul was built?

    It’s was a light hearted joke sorry for the confusion :cool:
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    I need your help: When my Les Paul was built?

    I was confused why your guitar looked so odd then it occurred to me your damn pic was reversed!!! I fixed it for you love it!!!!!
  5. rhys1157

    1959 Gibson Jr - I think...

    I’d be willing to bet a truss rod tweak and a good fret board cleaning then you’d be good to go. looks like a fantastic guitar to me.
  6. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    That tv yellow 56...wow...oh and damn you!!!! How’s the action on the 63’. Can you get it down without interfering with the pickup etc On my 61 I had to iron out my pick guard too. It was pretty warped. Have you had any issues
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    1959 Gibson Jr - I think...

    I’ll bump up my offer to $850
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    1959 Gibson Jr - I think...

    The 9 in the serial number denotes 1959. It’s a late production due to the 25172. Someone else will know more. How is the neck? has the nut been messed with? That’s 6/6 nylon and usually survives very well unless it has had a hard life. ( recut etc )
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    1959 Gibson Jr - I think...

    Unfortunately looks like a well executed fake. But with that being said I’d be glad to offer you in the $500-$550 range! It’s a late 59 I believe. Depending on originality and condition prices swing pretty far. Reverb is a very unreliable source but I’d guess anywhere between $4500 to $6000...
  10. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Love the 61! How do you find the neck after playing the junior? Would you say the location of the neck pick up is better there rather than being closer to the fretboard
  11. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    My only gripe with my 61 is the fact I need to keep my action a hair higher than I’d like because of the pick up. I’m restricted slightly. Other than that for an average player I can coax many different sounds from the one pick up. Being mainly a bridge player anyways it’s not an issue for me...
  12. rhys1157

    NVGD

    That’s a forever guitar if I’ve ever seen one
  13. rhys1157

    NVGD

    Whole crap that’s clean!!! Now I’m just asking...case candy??
  14. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Where’s all the juniors!!! We can expand to specials too!! Unfortunately I have nothing to add in that dept but I sure would love to see some nice fam pics
  15. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    It’s pretty dam close. Maybe a couple of cents off but nothing that can’t be compensated for. Just requires a little finessing in the upper register haha. im an average player at best so that real estate I tend to stay away from haha
  16. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Here ya go
  17. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Hell yes now that’s what I’m talking about! Juniors are an addiction. Do you have original cases etc too. That’s parts of my ocd haha. I have all original hang tags for the 61 which allows me to sleep well at night. I also agree regarding values. Not even worth thinking about. It’s pure...
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    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Ok last one. This is a 17 junior. Solid white and spectacular
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    Juniors are fun too!!!

    love the grain on these !!!
  20. rhys1157

    Juniors are fun too!!!

    Oops this one too. That’s my fab 4. They’re actually all phenomenal sounding and playing guitars. Best bite of them all is the 55 junior. Ok what I really want to see is all of yours!! 59 junior




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