Difference in Bill Joe Armstrong LP JR vs. Regular version?

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  1. AlligatorMtn

    AlligatorMtn Member

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    anyone have any experience with these two guitars, whats the main difference besides about $700.
     
  2. airjamie

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    The regular version doesnt come with the shame of having purchased something associated with greenday.
     
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    :roll Dude, you're funny!!!
     
  4. rustneversleeps

    rustneversleeps Member

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    In all seriousness, you're probably just paying extra for the name.
     
  5. Gary Ladd

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    Billy Bob doesn't get a piece of the action?
     
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    The Armstrong junior has the H-90 stacked pickups which sound good but are the noisiest pickups I've ever heard. I've played one of his guitars but didn't have a regular junior to compare side by side.
     
  7. Mudder

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    The BJA also has the 60's slim taper neck.
     
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    I bought a regular LP Jr from Musician's Friend a month ago, and it's got the 60's slim taper neck too.
     
  9. rockinlespaul

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    And a cool leopard lined interior to the case...lol.
     

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