Jr not Jr

Russfalkowski

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It’s available , but is it a Jr or not? I kinda lean to not because of the humbucker and the fact it doesn’t say junior model on the headstock. On the other hand,I have a jr and this feels pretty much the same, but it is a bit brighter and snappier. Maybe the maple fretboard? Really rings out when it’s not plugged in. I really dig it.

 

LocoTex

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Yep, they put those out that year. It's okay if you want a one humbucker guitar, but I wouldn't call it a legit Junior.
 

Dogbreath

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Not a Junior. Or maybe it should be called a Henry J. Junior.
 

Neffco

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I own one. I put a throbak p90 in it. BBQ maple board. Good guitar, finish is thin and made to “age” easily. Slim 60s neck. Way thinner than a classic. That’s my only gripe. The bbq maple board is nice, I don’t care what they say. I’d sell mine for less than that with a different p90 in it. I’m keeping my high dollar throbak.
 




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