#1
Does any one have any opinions/comments about Seymour Duncan's P-90(Those who don' block hum)?
#3
To be fair, not many of us play P90's, so you may not have much luck...
I have a set of duncan designed in my squier and they're pretty swish. So the real deal SD's should be pretty handy.
See if you can test them somewhere?
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#4
i tried the vintage set in an edwards les paul special. I really liked the neck pickup, but i thought the bridge version was a little under-powered and twangy. I was just trying them in a shop, though, so I didn't get to mess with them all that much.
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http://www.espguitars.co.jp/edwards/ls/E-LS-90LT.html

I played the double-cutaway version of that (with a tune-o-matic bridge). I assume the pickups were the same models. Certainly, they sounded very vintage in output, and I think those duncans are the only duncan p90s with a vintage spec.

These ones, I think: http://www.seymourduncan.com/products/electric/specialized/vintage/sp901_vintage_s/

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#7
Have a set of P-90 custom-3 in my LG. They are alot hotter pup's that are in my strat by about 3 numbers on my amp's gain dial. Good clear cleans and they love to get dirty when pushed. I do find that they prefer to be played through a tube amp tho. they are a take it or leave it deal, you'll either love them or hate them, no inbetween.
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#8
I've played them and they pretty good. But they good for classic rock. Heaviest i think will be a Black Sabbath sound.

They have some feedback. But not too bad.