#1
So I got this new SG copy with p90s in it. And while it sounds great I was looking for something a little beefier in the bridge. A little less trebly, I guess almost like a humbucker if not a humbucker.

Anyone got any ideas, it would really help if you had tried them, or had some clips I could hear/watch.
#2
seymour duncan p-rails

theyre humbuckers in single coil form and super awesome
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#3
or maybe its called the hot rail im not sure either way its beastly
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#4
Quote by wolfeman85
seymour duncan p-rails

theyre humbuckers in single coil form and super awesome


Actually the P-rails are able to switch between humbucker, P-90, and SC.
#5
Prails would be good, but this body is only routed for P90s, and those are humbucker sized are they not?
#7
Get a Seymour Duncan Stacked P-90. It's half way between a P-90 and a regular humbucker, it's hum-cancelling and has less treble but it still has a little of the added clarity of a P-90.
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#8
dimarzio super distortion p90
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#9
I like the idea of the stacked, but since its taller I'll have to check my cavity cause I don't wanna have to route it.