#1
I bought a Ibanez Roadstar from my Mate and it's currently a HSS configuration. I was thinking to try and get maximum versitility out of this by Making it H-P90-Sustainer. I thought this would be cool but i would need to cut the middle pickup slot to accomodate the P90, so could i please get some measurments? I would also like to know how P90s (not the dogear type) Actually stay onto a pickguard? I don't see screws on either side of the pickup

Also, does a Sustainer work as a standard pickup when the effect is switched off?

Thanks, Tom
#2
p90s screw into into the body of the guitar with two screws going through the pickup and are really meant to be used with guitars tha dont use pickguards
#3
Soapbar P90s don't mount to the pickguard, they mount to the body via two screws. One between the A and D strings, and the G and B strings.

You can see so here. There's also a link to the dimensions.
http://www.seymourduncan.com/products/electric/specialized/progressive/sp903_custom_so/
Will says:
DON'T FEAR THE REAPER!
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#6
I can't speak for the quality/sound yet (peolpe give mixed reviews), but I plan on trying a set of humbucker sized p-90s in a cheap les paul knock off I have just for giggles.
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#7
There are some p90s made to be used with pickguards or rings. I have SD phat cats in a Lp and they direct swap with a humbucker. Just shop around a little.
#8
you can tell muse fans from the gear they ask for can't you?

Nailbomb humbucker?
Fernandes sustainer?
Neck P-90?
Kaoss pad?
Fuzz Factory?
Crunchbox (not so much)

etc.

can't blame you though, he has pretty godlike gear.
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your speaker is not broken in?

if i where you, i wouldnt play through it until it is