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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Swee_tone, Jun 13, 2009.

  1. richey88

    richey88 Friend of Leo's

    Jul 28, 2009
    philly suburbs
    Just resurrected my Epi w/ aP90 that I'll be danged can't get a pic to post. Darn Apple storage issues....P90 is an unknown brand but ancient.....will keep trying
     
  2. David Barnett

    David Barnett Poster Extraordinaire

    I have Junior envy. This thread doesn't help.
     
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  3. BadTranslate

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    I've tried finding one of these Anchor brand Steadfast model Les Paul Junior copies secondhand for a long time but have never come across one. I'm not sure what the singlecut version is called. They are made by Anchor / Sparrow Guitars in Vancouver, BC Canada. It looks like it could be a cool guitar if you could score one used.

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    Here are the Anchor Steadfast specs:

    "Anchor Steadfast TV Yellow

    Steadfast / LP Jr. / Double Cut Junior

    • Anchor Steadfast / LP Jr. double-cut
    • Grover Tuners, Bone Nut
    • TV Yellow w Steadfast screen print on back
    • Built, assembled, finished, and setup in Vancouver B.C.

    • Cost: $699

    Technical Specs:

    Color: Black/ tv yellow
    Finish: Thin lacquer
    Screen Print: Compass
    Neck: Mahogany, thick “C” neck profile
    Fretboard: Ebony, 12” radius, 6mm pearloid markers, 24.625” scale
    Frets: 22 medium jumbo

    Headstock: 11 degree exaggerated gibson style, scarf joint
    Nut: Bone
    Nut Width: 1 11/16 “
    Neck Joint: Set neck tenon
    Truss Rod: Dual action stainless steel
    Tuners: Grover Original 14:1 Rotomatics
    Headstock Logo: Metallic water transfer

    Body Species: Mahogany, 1 ¾ “ thickness
    Body Style: Double cut, two piece mahogany

    Pick Up: One single coil house P-90
    Controls: 1 volume, 1 tone

    Knobs: Top hat
    Hardware: Chrome
    Bridge Style: Gibson style Tun-O-Matic stop bar bridge
    Control Plate Cover: Black plastic
    Pickguard: Black"
     
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  5. BadTranslate

    BadTranslate Tele-Meister

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    Here are some cool eBay Completed Listings Les Paul Junior pics. Some Gibsons, some Epiphones, some homemade projects and relics. Cool. :cool:

    2011 Gibson Les Paul Junior w/ custom pickguard
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    1954 inspired heavy relic Epiphone Les Paul Jr.
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    2005 Epiphone Les Paul Junior with a cream colored dog ear p90 cover.
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    Epiphone Les Paul Junior heavy relic faded blue 2004.
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    Epiphone Heineken beer advertising Les Paul Junior.
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    N.O.S. Epiphone by Gibson Les Paul Jr Single Cut W/ P-90.
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    “AS-IS!! I believe this is a mid-1990's Gibson Epiphone Les Paul Junior. Needs new tuners. There is a scratch on the back of the neck as well as minor wear."
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    Another Epiphone Heineken promo guitar.
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    Epiphone (by Gibson) Les Paul Jr in silver.
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    Les Paul Jr style blue aged color P90 and Telecaster set up
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    "Rare 2009 Gibson Melody Maker Les Paul. Lightweight, custom paint job, Dimarzio Tone Zone pickup, Grover locking covered tuners, skb hardshell case, paint worn off neck from playing (this is a good thing). A true gigging guitar."
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    "1954 inspired heavy relic Epiphone Les Paul Junior. The beautiful Worn Coral finish gives it that vintage look and feel of a road worn instrument. The pickup has been upgraded to a Kmise P-90 Soapbar Dogear style pickup."
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  6. BadTranslate

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    More.

    Circa 2000s Epiphone Junior Model bolt on electric guitar - single humbucker - with refinished red stain top.
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    2015 Gibson Les Paul Junior that has been nicely upgraded with a competition GT stripe (decal, not paint).
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    Custom Junior guitar blue top, natural back & sides, P90.
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    "This is a vintage 1970's Univox copy of a Les Paul Jr. The pickguard is home-made/not original."
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    Gibson Green Day and Newcastle Brown Ale Les Paul Junior promotional guitar
    "A must have for any Green Day fanatic and/or Gibson collector! This rare Gibson Les Paul Junior was built to promote the 2005 Green Day “American Idiot” tour sponsored by Newcastle Brown Ale. The guitar was originally a prize in a tour related competition and is one of only four which Gibson produced which makes it highly collectable. It features custom graphics on the front and back on a cool rough wood black finish. The guitar features one P-90 pickup with a wrap over full intonation adjustable bridge and tailpiece."
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  7. BadTranslate

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    2006 Gibson Custom Shop 57 Les Paul Junior w/ COA Faded Cherry Jr 1957 Reissue RI
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    Epiphone limited edition Custom Shop 2011 Les Paul Junior Jr. P90
    "Add a set of Grover tuners to this one and you'll have a '57 reissue, at half the price!"
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  8. BadTranslate

    BadTranslate Tele-Meister

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    Gibson 2007 NOS John Lennon Les Paul Jr Custom Shop All Extras COA ONLY 300 MADE

    One of the most iconic John Lennon reissue guitars ever made!!
    Gibson's Les Paul Junior, modded by the Gibson Custom Shop to replicate John's guitar....
    only 300 made in the world!
    And this one is "AS NEW" and UNPLAYED....
    complete with artwork and COA!
    This one is #118 out of 300!

    Here's the story of how this reissue came to be:

    John Lennon was always a fan of Charlie Christian, and he also enjoyed tinkering with his guitars. So when he met New York luthier and guitar repairman Ron DeMarino in the early '70s, he asked him to take his 1950s Tobacco Sunburst Les Paul Junior and add the pickup made famous by the jazz legend.

    Later, at Lennon's request, DeMarino sanded off the 'burst finish and added the Tuno-O-Matic bridge and stop tailpiece. On August 30, 1972, Lennon used his customized Les Paul in its new, raw wood state during his famous benefit concert at New York's Madison Square Garden.

    Today, the guitar is on permanent display at the John Lennon Museum in Japan.

    History of The John Lennon Les Paul Junior

    By Andy Babiuk, author of the book

    John Lennon”a name known worldwide as an icon, musician, and poet, the voice of a generation, and without a doubt, one of the most important and influential figures in rock 'n' roll history. It was John Lennon and the Beatles that forever changed the world of music and pop culture.

    As with all great musicians, the tools of the Beatles' trade at times became as important as their music. The instruments they chose helped to reflect their thoughts, ideas, and even lifestyles. The everlasting images of Lennon”with his Gibson J”160E guitar during the height of Beatlemania, or his Epiphone Casino on the rooftop of the Beatles' Apple headquarters, or his modified Gibson Les Paul Jr. at his famous 1972 Madison Square Garden concert”have all left a lasting impression on our minds. John Lennon is so closely associated with these instruments that the instruments themselves have become extensions of Lennon's personality.

    Lennon solo
    After the break”up of the Beatles, the prolific John Lennon immediately embarked on his successful solo career, recording and collaborating with wife Yoko Ono. It was during this time, in the early '70s, that John Lennon expressed his passion for New York City. "It's the greatest place on earth," he said. "I love the place 'cause this is where the music came from; this is what influenced my whole life."

    Soon after, on September 3, 1971, the Lennons left the U. K. for New York, never to return. Lennon enjoyed New York's artistic environment. "There are these fantastic 20 or 30 artists who all understand what I'm doing and have the same kind of mind as me," he said. "It's like heaven."

    Enter Ron DeMarino
    Ron DeMarino, a New York luthier known for his guitar repair and restoration work, met the Lennons in late 1971. "I was at one of the guitar shops on 48th Street and overheard a guy who was looking for an old vintage amp for a friend," DeMarino recalls. "The store didn't have that style of amp, but I did, so when the guy left the shop I told him that I had one to sell. He told me that it was for John Lennon, and I of course didn't believe him. The guy introduced himself as Claude and said he worked for Lennon. He gave me his phone number and asked me if I was really interested in selling the amp to call him. So I got back to my shop and gave Claude a call. Sure enough, after making some arrangements, I found out that the amp was indeed for John Lennon.

    "That's when I got to know John, when he was still on Bank Street. It was around the time he was working with Elephant's Memory, and he was hanging around with their guitarist Wayne Gabriel, who they use to call Tex. They found out that my business was restoration work on guitars, so they had me start going through the many guitars that had to be worked on. I had worked my way into being sort of a confidant, in a good position with them. I was very straightforward; I was not ga”ga being around John or Yoko, so I guess they kind of liked that. I stayed doing work for them for a while. It was kind of a relaxed environment. There was never any stress or forced attitudes so anything that John told me was candid and truthful."

    DeMarino's relationship with John Lennon continued to grow. "I started advising John on certain sales of guitars, just sort of advising him before any purchases were made as to whether it was a good purchase or not, that type of thing," he says. "This was on vintage guitars, because a lot of times guys were trying to hock stuff to them. There were a number of very questionable pieces that I negated the sale on. I remember one time I helped John find a Cherry Les Paul Junior for his son Julian. There was a lot of stuff like that."

    Working Classics Hero
    DeMarino worked on many of Lennon's guitars and made modifications to them, too. "I would meet John at the record plant, or John used to go down to Butterfly Studios”that's where he used to rehearse," DeMarino says. "It was a building off of 10th Street, by the West Side Highway, four blocks from their apartment. It was a plain building in an industrial area, but inside there was a loading dock, and they had a big rehearsal studio in there. They were building a recording studio and a mobile recording studio in the back of a bread truck. So I used to get a call, and they would say, 'John wants you to meet him at Butterfly at 10 p.m.' I would meet him and he would give me his guitars to work on. We worked on so many of his guitars."

    Les Paul plus Charlie Christian
    One of the guitars Ron DeMarino was given to work on was a 1950s Gibson single”cutaway Tobacco Sunburst Les Paul Junior. "I found out by sheer exposure, and by working on his instruments, that John messed around with his guitars a lot," says DeMarino. "When I got the Les Paul Junior from John, it was in its original factory condition”Tobacco Sunburst finish, single P”90 pickup, wraparound tail piece, and Kluson tuners, but he wanted it modified. He didn't know much about guitars. For instance, he wanted a guitar with "humberdincker" pickups in it. Obviously he was referring to humbucker pickups, but he didn't know. He would say, 'I'm a rhythmer, you know? I don't know anything about these things.' I would try to talk him into getting a better sound out of this or that”like, 'Why don't you put these pickups in? You'll get a better sound.' That's when we did his Les Paul Junior, and I put a Charlie Christian pickup in.

    "We put it in the neck position," says DeMarino. "Installing the Charlie Christian pickup involved extensive routing and major modification to the back of the guitar. We left the Gibson P”90 pickup in the guitar and added a toggle switch wired for pickup selection. When I got the guitar back to John he liked the way it sounded."

    Co-hosting with Mike Douglas
    John and Yoko co”hosted The Mike Douglas Show on American television, February 14 ” 18, 1972. One of Lennon's guests was his hero Chuck Berry. John used his newly modified Tobacco Sunburst Gibson Les Paul Junior with the Charlie Christian pickup when he jammed with the great Chuck Berry as the two performed "Johnny B. Goode" and "Memphis."

    More LP mods
    Soon after, DeMarino again received the Les Paul Junior back from Lennon for more modifications. "John liked the way the Junior played and sounded but he thought it didn't stay in tune," DeMarino says. "We talked about it, and I decided to remove the wraparound tailpiece, plug the holes, and install a Gibson Tune”O”Matic bridge with a stop tailpiece. I also took off the old Kluson tuning pegs and put on a new set of tuners. Nobody thought twice about modifying an old guitar in those days. It wasn't like today, where guys are worried about wrecking the value of a vintage guitar. We would just do whatever had to be done to make a guitar function better. And that's what I did with his Les Paul Junior. John also asked me to sand off the Sunburst Finish and put the guitar to bare wood, the mahogany. That's the last I worked on it. I think he liked the guitar because he ended up using it at the big show they did in New York at the Garden."

    JL at MSG
    On August 30, 1972 John Lennon used his customized Gibson Les Paul Junior in its new raw wood”modified state during his famous live performance at New York's Madison Square Garden to benefit the One to One Organization, a group that helped mentally retarded children.

    This is how John Lennon's modified Gibson Les Paul Junior exists to this day. It is part of the Lennon estate and is currently on display at the John Lennon Museum in Japan.

    FEATURES
    Authentic reproduction of John Lennon's famous Les Paul
    Includes Charlie Christian pickup in neck position, as preferred by Lennon
    Mahogany body and 1”piece mahogany neck with long tenon neck joint
    Limited Edition of 300 worldwide
    SPECIFICATIONS
    Limited-Edition John Lennon Les Paul Junior Electric Guitar

    Body & Hardware:
    Solid mahogany body & aged chrome hardware
    Lightweight aluminum tailpiece with two thumb wheels on treble side of bridge,
    one on bass
    Wraparound holes plugged & ABR-1 added; Stopbar moved back
    3-way Switchcraft switch added to normal Les Paul positioning

    Neck & Headstock:
    1-piece mahogany neck with long neck tenon
    22 fret rosewood fingerboard and pearloid dot inlays
    Early '50's rounded neck profile
    24 3/4" scale length, 1 11/16" nut width
    Schaller tuners

    Electronics & Strings:
    P-90 single coil pickup in bridge position & Charlie Christian pickup in neck
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    Pickguard modified for Charlie Christian pickup
    1 volume, 1 tone control
    Vintage Reissue .010 strings
    Includes Custom Shop case, certificate of authenticity, and
    signed Lennon print by famed artist Allison Lefcort

    Serialized LENNON
    001-300

    This limited edition guitar includes:
    Signed print on canvas
    by famed artist Allison
    Lefcort.

    Certificate of Authenticity
    and the Andy Babiuk article
    "The Making of the Original
    John Lennon Special" framed
    by a miltary-style case
    resembling the jacket worn
    by John at The Madison
    Square Garden concert in
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  9. BadTranslate

    BadTranslate Tele-Meister

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    2012 Indiana Les Paul Junior copy
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  10. BadTranslate

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    Dean Leslie West models.



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    BadTranslate Tele-Meister

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    2017 Dean Leslie West TSB W/C (tobacco sunburst with case).
    Price is $599 new from Dean.
    USA wound pickup.
    Comes with a hardshell case.
    LIMITED EDITION OF 100.

    http://www.deanguitars.com/query?upc=814064028128



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    Dean's official specs for this guitar:

    "Leslie West is a colossal talent who gets amazing sounds from just one pickup. Sound-wise, this guitar wails with one screaming DMT P-90 in the bridge position adjusted by single volume and tone controls. A solid mahogany body and set neck add plenty of tuneful sustain. The comfortable C-shaped neck features a fast 24-3/4" scale length and a smooth rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays. Vintage-style Grover tuners and a wraparound bridge guarantee accurate and consistent tuning. Get your wings today!

    Item ID
    LWS MTN TSB
    Model Name
    Leslie West Mountain Limited w/c - TSB
    Dexterity
    Right Handed
    Body Material
    Mahogany
    Top Material
    Mahogany
    Top Contour
    Flat Top
    Neck Material
    Mahogany
    Scale Length
    24 3/4" (629mm)
    Construction
    Set Neck
    Neck Shape
    C
    Fretboard Material
    Rosewood
    Inlays
    Abalone Dot
    # of Frets
    22 Jumbo
    Fretboard Radius
    12" (305mm)
    Nut
    Polymer (Plastic) (OEM)
    Nut Width
    1 11/16" (43mm)


    Year
    2017
    Tuners
    Vintage Style Grover
    Knobs
    Speed Gold
    Hardware Color
    Chrome
    Bridge
    Wraparound
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    Pickup (Middle)

    Pickup (Bridge)
    USA DMT P-90
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    Finish
    Tobacco Sunburst
    Color

    Case Options

    Country of Origin
    China
    Truss Rod
    Dual Action
    Pre-amp Type

    Controls
    Vol/Tone
    Strings
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  12. musicalmartin

    musicalmartin Poster Extraordinaire

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    Aug 8, 2007
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    Here is my ultra cheap junior .The rather odd ,in a nice way ,Vintage Zip .Bought a few weeks ago for about 40 used (30 quid) and in drastic need of new strings .A hollow body according to specs.It plays far better than it should and sounds a bit different .Its great for blues and such and even cracks a decent jazzy tone .I play this more than the price would indicate .Bolt on neck ,Wikinson hardware. Two strat pickups hooked up mean its not a great contender for a pick up upgrade .It has now been given a Jack Daniels strap which of course makes it twice as cool and maybe a JD sticker .Its certainly turned me on to the charms of a junior .[/ATTACH] IMG_0438.jpg
     

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  13. Crashbelt

    Crashbelt TDPRI Member

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    1956 Junior - the most brutal sounding guitar I ever had but in a really musical way.

    Please ignore the 1961 ES175 that crept into the pic! 20170314_174231.jpg
     
  14. tweedman2001

    tweedman2001 Tele-Holic

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    Aug 3, 2014
    North of There, NY
    Damn Dude! Between your Jr, DC Specials and 335s I have serious envy!
     
  15. BadTranslate

    BadTranslate Tele-Meister

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    Hand made Les Paul Jr copy

    "Hand made from scratch. Semi-hollow Les Paul Jr copy. Birdseye pine body, chunky 50's style birch neck {Yes birch.. It's stable, works easy and sounds great.}. Oil finished neck is attached to body with metal inserts and 1/4 inch machine bolts...very solid, much better than wimpy little wood screws. 22 vintage frets, leveled, dressed, crowned and polished. Very good import P-90. Guitar weighs 5lbs 2oz!"

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  16. FerruleCat

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    Buy an Epi Jr on one of the holiday blowout specials, swap in a GFS Mean 90, and you have a surprisingly capable rocker for under $150.
     
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  18. dkmw

    dkmw Tele-Holic

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    If we're allowing copies etc., here's my AXL. I want to get a Gibson someday, but this thing has such a great assembly of parts (Fralin P90, Kluson tuners, TonePros wraptail, CTS pots) that I keep postponing the Gibson purchase.

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  19. Doctorx33

    Doctorx33 Tele-Holic

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    Jun 8, 2014
    atlanta
    I may have already posted this, but here is my 86 reissue double cutaway. I replaced the knobs with black top hats and the black pickguard with tortoise shell:

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  20. tonyj

    tonyj Tele-Holic

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    May 23, 2011
    Alberta, Canada
    This owners thread has somehow gone a little off the rails of late. My understanding is that this is the Owners club corner of TDPRI, whereby folks who own certain non tele guitars - in this case Les Paul Juniors - can share with others the guitars that they own or have owned and their experiences with those guitars.

    Whilst it may be nice to have a somewhat lengthy list of guitars that are in fact real Les Paul Juniors or guitars that at a pinch are somehow related to our beloved Les Paul Juniors is one thing, to have so many others posted along with photos and descriptions but without hands-on anecdotes, seemed like so much chaff.

    I'm not sure that an owners club of an actual model of a specific guitar is the ideal place to catalogue these 'off in left field' and other offbeat guitars...... and especially as I doubt that too many of us have ever owned, or even thought of owning many of them. I suspect also that this may include the poster. Too many postings of guitars that did not quite tick all the boxes with no hands on references to soften the treck.

    I do appreciate the amount of work required to do such a presentation and I must confess it was well done, but my beef is that it was posted totally in the wrong setting.

    These type of postings do not provide the hands-on experiences, good or bad, that an actual owners club can provide. Too much unrelated non Les Paul Junior stuff to wade through.

    ........ Sorry, just one man's thoughts.
     
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    Saw this on eBay Completed Listings. Pretty cool Junior-style guitar. The person who built the guitar took out the P-90 pickup and put in a mini-humbucker. The Bigsby is a nice touch. :)

    Custom Earl Slick guitar

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    "Originally a Slick SL59 solid body guitar, this LP/Junior double cut look-a-like is made of a big slab of swamp ash with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fret board. A pick guard from a Les Paul Junior DIY kit was added along with a Wilkinson Mini Humbucker. The original "Slick soap bar P90 pickup was great, but the mini-hummer brings a firebird quality to this instrument. Original problems stringing the sunken brass wrap around bridge are gone with the addition of a Bigsby tailpiece. A hidden tone pot can be accessed from the back of the guitar (I thought it looked better with one knob on front). "
     
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