[This image](https://www.kexp.org/media/filer_public_thumbnails/filer_public/8d/cb/8dcba1c6-5ff6-470b-b101-0b1f2b78abe9/peter_buck.jpg__800x500_q85_crop_subject_location-858%2C351_subsampling-2_upscale.jpg) from a [2018 interview posted to KEXP's website](https://www.kexp.org/read/2018/5/24/peter-buck-his-new-project-arthur-buck-addiction-and-recovery/) shows Buck playing a TV yellow LP Jr model, with a cherry DC model on a stand behind him.more
"I also used a blackface Deluxe Reverb; the slide on “Supersonic” was a ’59 double-cut Les Paul Junior through a late-’60s Ampeg Gemini. I played the last part through that amp before it bit the dust – power transformer blew. I had blown the output transformer a few years earlier… and the speaker. That amp’s had a tough life!"more
I modified mine with a Harmonica Bridge and Bigsby b7. I use it for our cover of Neil Young's "Rockin In The Free World". I named mine "The Riot Grrrl" because whenever I pick it up the first thing I want to play is Bikini Kill's glorious punk rock anthem "Rebel Girl", which on the 2nd album I played this guitar on the cover of that song.
It's a nice chunk of wood with strings on it and it makes loud noises, depending on what amp you have it hooked up. Love the satin finish, love the colour (mine is brown), love the long fretboard. So easy to play, I have it in Drop D at all times, powerchords, one finger, bob's your uncle!