#1
Ok, this goes like this, please tell me what you think about:

Take a Tom DeLonge ES-333 Epiphone version, nice finish but weak sound. Then, get a P-94 and install it in the neck-pickup position. Would it work?.

Thanks for your attention.
#2
It would be costly to make space, why not just get a real P-90? In fact, why not just stay away from that guitar all together. Signature guitars are lame.
#6
better question: what amp do you have? what do you want to sound like?

answer to you question: the guitar isnt weak sounding. the dude sucks, but the guitar is decent, and the dirty fingers arent weak at all, so if you think it's weak, it isn't. also, the p-94 is not soething i would reccomend for a real p-90 tone. you could get the duncan p-rails, and those can be splitted to single coils or to a P-90.
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#7
when i wrote "weak sound", it wasn't because of the Dirty Fingers, but because of the fact that the guitar has just the bridge pickup. However, I'm not wondering to take the trial, it was just an idea that I had. I'd like to hear the sound of a guitar with a P-94 and a Dirty Fingers.

Anyway, thanks for read my stupid thing .