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Electro Hawaiian Junior gets new color....


The Electro Hawaiian Junior lap steel gets a new look - in addition to the tobacco and cherry burst, we now have the colors black and white. But if you are into something a little more decorative, check out the pin striped Jr.s by artist Pacman, of Line and Letter Co. He takes his mad fine art skills to work on hotrods, bikes and now guitars! This one is going to the Fender Museum charity auction for Steve Miller's Rids Rock Live.

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