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BY Norbie
#812485
Want to get some vintage correct P90s, soapbar cream. Thinking Wolfetone, Lollar, SD Antiquities. Any advice?
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BY olegmcnoleg
#812486
Any of those should do the trick. Lollars are my faves for vintage tone.
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BY TmcB
#812488
Lollars seem particularly good in my experience
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BY sizzlingbadger
#812490
Gibson are my favourite, they are after all, the original.
Last edited by sizzlingbadger on Fri Dec 28, 2018 7:49 am, edited 1 time in total.
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BY TmcB
#812493
^ He's right - the one time the original manufacturer seems to stay on top
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BY sizzlingbadger
#812495
The Rose Eden P90's in the Reverend were awesome too if you want something a little less knarly.
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BY GrantB
#812496
If you want everything correct then only Throbak offer the real deal...but buying old becomes an option at their prices.

If sound only is the goal, yeah, Gibson are v good.
BY MrDINO
#812781
Another option is the Harmonic design Z90. I’ve had them in my LP for some time now.
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BY olegmcnoleg
#812783
MrDINO wrote:Another option is the Harmonic design Z90. I’ve had them in my LP for some time now.


Oh yes, fantastic pickups. :thumbup: