P90 Les Paul Jr .. Who makes cool ones

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  1. Chuck Snider

    Chuck Snider Supporting Member

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    Any small outfits building vintage style Jrs?
     
  2. tdu

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    Tokai and Edwards make some pretty bang on looking copies. Especially the Edwards. I have been considering buying one.
     
  3. woodytone

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    You can check out Huber Junior. You can customize your way with korina or mahogany, Gibby scale or Fender scale. Its getting great review from the Huber community. :)

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    Heritage H-137, with single or dual pickups.
     
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    Hamers best current offerings are Jr copies
     
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    Here's mine.....amazing instrument by a great builder!

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    I'm sorry, but there's no duplicating a real '58:drool
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    +1 about Ron Thorn...:drool
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  10. John Hurtt

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    Ron was my first thought on this, though that Huber Jr. looks sweet!
     
  11. Coach

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    Link to the Huber website?
     
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    Thanks a lot.

    I'm new guitar shopping :) always a great thing.
     
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    I feel like a fool, but I need an idea of the cost of the huber junior. Could someone in the know PM me with the price?
     
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    I just got a Hamer Korina Jr.
    It is without doubt the best looking, best sounding, best built, best playing guitar I've ever had.For me its perfect.
    Really i should sell all my gibsons and buy more Hamers!!
     
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    Gadow has one.
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  19. todd richman

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    +1 to BNB. All the smmall luthiers make cool guitars but for me the originals, especially '56-'59 in single and double cut blow away all the new wood.
     

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