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GAS'ing for the new Gibson LPJ.

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  • GAS'ing for the new Gibson LPJ.

    I had my mind set on picking up a Studio Faded this year.  I would have probably gone the used route, then I got the 2013 Gibson model email from MF.

    Anyone play a Les Paul J yet?  My choice in finish of the Studio Faded would have been brown, so the LPJ "Chocolate" really looks good to me.  Price is in the ballpark of what I was looking at also.

  • #2

    I've own many original(50's) Lp Jr. and like the PRS One better.


    • Deadbeat Son
      Deadbeat Son commented
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      The new LPJ isn't a Junior, so your comment is invalid.  The LPJ is basically a stripped-down Studio model.


      OP:  That looks like a pretty serious guitar for a great price.  If you get one, post up and let us know what you think!

    • bjcarl
      bjcarl commented
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      jtr654 wrote:

      I've own many original(50's) Lp Jr. and like the PRS One better.

      The PRS One is a really sweet guitar.  That said, this is almost impossible to believe.

  • #3

    They look like no nonsense no thrills simple rockin guitars...I love the concept + 50's round neck profile.

    Geezer Brigade Trooper #30
    1st generation Irish