I have a Gibson CS '58 Les Paul Junior DC that is as good as any other guitar I own or have ever played. It is a holy grail...perfect in every way. I have a lot of guitars, but this one is easily among the top five I own. Yeah, the bar bridge does not perfectly intonate, but that does not matter because it all averages out in use and it is a huge contributor to the tone. In a similar manner to the Fender Esquire, the single pickup does not limit the variety of sounds this guitar can make; I think it broadens the possibilities.
It's the 'TV white' mahogany finish...Gibson made some Juniors, Specials, Explorers and Flying Vs in this color, but not a lot of them.
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Got to play an original a year ago or so. It was amazing. The p-90s were incredible, but the color really made it sound so much better.
I know, right?
As though anyone would question it!
I see so many guitars day to day, week to week that they all bleed together, but that one stood out because I had a co-worker years ago who, though he rarely talked about vintage pieces he wanted, always talked about how much he wanted one of those. I didn't have his cell number, otherwise I would've sent him a taunting photo.