- Sep 21, 2020
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I’m not crazy about the color or finish, but the price seems right - any thoughts? Thanks in advance!
Correct. That’s actually one of the things that I like about it. My 79 Standard, which is my all-time favorite guitar also has a maple neck, so that immediately drew me to the LPJ. Really just a great guitar for the price.Didn’t these have maple necks?
The LPJ isn’t actually a Les Paul Junior. It’s really just a very poor naming choice that causes a lot of confusion. The model itself is called “LPJ“ and I believe it was only available in 2013-2014.Aren't Juniors supposed to have a single PU...either HB or P90 ?
Please edumacate me on this without insulting me on this topic
I have one, and I love it. This (the absurd name of this guitar) is also why I jump all over people on this forum for calling Juniors "LPJ's" It puts me in a tough position because people called Juniors "LPJ's" for eons before these came out.The LPJ isn’t actually a Lea Paul Junior. It’s really just a very poor naming choice that causes a lot of confusion. The model itself is called “LPJ“ and I believe it was only available in 2013-2014.
That’s a really great price! I missed one locally for 5 and change, and would have been more than happy to pay that much.Thanks for the input everyone - the guy was asking $500 originally but seems like he’s come down - haven’t played one before So I was curious to see what the group thought - I’ll keep you all posted, thanks again!
Nice! I really like that “edge” burst or whatever it’s called.Not sure about the 2013 model, but the 2014 definitely had 2 burst options.
Vintage Sunburst Perimeter (Which is the best finish on the LPJ, in my opnion).
As has been said before, these are GREAT guitars for the money.