#1
Hi guys.
I'm getting an Epi LP 56' goldtop reissue with p-90's, and i was wondering if i should get a p-90's size humbucker for the bridge pisition.
I play mainly punk,alternative and hard rock and a little metal and grunge.
#2
why? what would that accomplish? from what I understand (someone correct me if i'm wrong) but humbucker sized p90s (ie. P94) are made for guitarists who want the p90 tone, but don't want to cut into their humbucker slot?
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#3
Quote by stinger12345
why? what would that accomplish? from what I understand (someone correct me if i'm wrong) but humbucker sized p90s (ie. P94) are made for guitarists who want the p90 tone, but don't want to cut into their humbucker slot?

He means get a P90 sized humbucker.

And if the guitar feels right to you and if the P90s a little weak for your tastes, then you should do it. I know if you look at Billie Joe Armstrong, he uses a P90 in the bridge when he uses his 50s Jrs, but if you don't think that will cut it for you, then go ahead.

A P90 will do punk fine IMO, the only real problem you will have is hum.
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