#1
What bridge pickup would be a good companion paired with a p90 in the neck? I love the sound of p90s in the neck, but the sound of them in the bridge is too bright and twangy for me (or at least that's how it was for every guitar i played on that had them)
my current stock humbucker gets a bit muddy here and there, so i'm just looking for a nice clear pickup for the bridge, preferably not a high output one either
any suggestions?
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#2
yeah, a low to medium output humbucker should be fine. a couple of gibsons have that combo, might be worth a try. i like it, it works well.
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#3
Yeah, go for something like a PAFish bucker.
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#4
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Yeah, go for something like a PAFish bucker.

This.

Though my brother has a GFS crunch rails in the bridge and a Mean 90 in the neck of his les paul
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This.

Though my brother has a GFS crunch rails in the bridge and a Mean 90 in the neck of his les paul

I've got a Dream 90 in the neck and a crappy stock bucker in the bridge.
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