Gibson Les Paul junior DC
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Gibson Les Paul junior DC

Les Paul junior DC, Chitarra Corpo tipo Les Paul from Gibson in the Les Paul series.

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Audiofanzine FR 10/12/2008

Gibson Les Paul junior DC : Recensione di Audiofanzine FR (content in English)

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(Originally written by funkytom/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Made in the USA.

22 frets, p90 bridge pickup, volume and tone controls.

Gibson bridge.

I give it an 8 since the tone control is needless for such a design.

UTILIZATION

The neck is incredibly easy to play.

Access to the upper frets can be compared to a classic Les Paul and I give it a 5 because either you love it or you hate it.

SOUNDS

I play punk rock and this instrument perfectly fits my needs.

I play it with a hybrid amplifier head (Marshall Valvestate) with a Marshall Valvestate speaker cabinet.

I use mainly distortion sounds (all controls at 2/3) and I get exactly the sound I want: high energy rock 'n' roll energy with lots of treble and brilliance (long live P90 pickups).

10/10

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this model to have a second guitar for live gigs and to expand the sound spectrum of my Fender Tom Delonge. I love the extremely simple design with only one pickup (and I'll say it again: the tone control is useless). I also owned an Epiphone Les Paul Custom. I installed a P94T pickup on it, removed the neck pickup, both tone controls, and the neck pickup volume knob like on a Les Paul Junior. I bought it secondhand with a case and I would buy it again with closed eyes.

I give it a 9 since the tone control is useless.