FS: 2009 Les Paul Jr. P-90 Tobacco Rock Machine!

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This 2009 Les Paul Jr. is 100% stock with a P-90 and a hard-shell case.

This is a Rock and Roll Machine.

Very good condition. This is a players guitar and has a few dings, pick marks and some minor worming on the back, but nothing major anywhere.

MLP Brother's price is $735.00 to your door if there are no transaction fees.

:dude:


Specifications
Body Species Mahogany
Neck Species Mahogany
Profile: Slim-Taper™
Truss Rod: Traditional Adjustable
Neck Fit Joint: Mortise & Tenon
Fingerboard Species: REAL Rosewood (Not Baked Maple)
Frets 22
Radius 12"
Nut/E.O.B 1.695"/2.260"
Scale Length: 24.75"
Inlays Acrylic Dot
Headstock Logo: Silkscreen "Gibson" Logo with Scripted "Les Paul Model"
Truss Rod Cover: Black and White Antique Bell with "Junior" engraved
Pickup: Dog Ear Soapbar P-90 (Alnico V)
Potentiometers: 1 Volume Control, 1 Tone Control
Type 300k Linear Volume, 500k Non-linear Tone
Coil Wiring Machine Wound
Output Jack 1/4" Mono







 

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Nice guitar. I have the same one. Good luck with the sale. if you don't mind me asking. where did you get the case for the jr? I've been having a problem finding one that it fits in properly? what model is it? Any info would be great it appears in your pictures to fit good.
The cases I've tried doesn't fit right. the junior is not a carved top so the neck angle is different in the case and doesn't lie flat. You'd have to stick something under the body for it to work correctly.
 

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I honestly do not remember where it came from but will check....it is not a TKL....I will post here later today anything I can find on it.

the "ramp" in the body section does lift the guitar a little, but the neck lies perfectly in the cradle and the rest of the neck and headstock touch nothing....this is a great thing, especially when shipping.

 

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I honestly do not remember where it came from but will check....it is not a TKL....I will post here later today anything I can find on it.

the "ramp" in the body section does lift the guitar a little, but the neck lies perfectly in the cradle and the rest of the neck and headstock touch nothing....this is a great thing, especially when shipping.

yeah it seems to lookto fit well. if find out let me know please
 

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bump for a rock and roll machine!!

$725.00, including shipping if there are no PP fees...if so, you cover them.
 

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ok, holiday blow-out is here, someone needs this P-90 Hog!!

That is $725.00 including shipping if you pay by gift or money order.
 

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Wow that's a great price. I have a 2009 Jr and it is one solid rock machine. GLWS
 

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For those looking for the case, you can get it from Rhondo music. I purchased the case for my 58 LPJ from there and it fits great for $60
 

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You said the neck is a slim taper. Do you happen to know what it measures at the first fret? I'm interested in a Jr. but I like the 50's profile.

Which modern years have a 50's profile neck?

Your guitar looks great!
 

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bud, I do not know what it measures and would have to buy a set of calipers to find out.

To me, slim taper or not, it is not like my Norlin "60's slim" necks at all....it has more "shoulder" to the neck.
Neck Profiles: Gibson 50’s & 60’s | Guitars, Paramedics, Linux, and Me
Some measurements taken from Gibson forums.
Neck Thickness – (measurements taken at nut end of 1st fret)
R8 —————————– .925″
R7 —————————– .920″
R9 —————————– .910″
50s Early ——————— .900″ (from Gibson Custom Shop)
50s Rounded —————- .870″ (from a 2008 SG)
50s Rounded —————- .818″ (from Gibson Custom Shop)
* Asymmetrical ————– N/A (see below)
** 30/60 ———————- .800″ (see below)
60s Slim taper ————— .765″
50s Early 1st fret ———— .900” 12th fret – 1.00”
50s Rounded 1st fret ——- .818” 12th fret – .963”
 


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