#1
Hey guys, I have an Epiphone Casino with the stock Dogear P-90's. I'm thinking about upgrading to Gibson P-90's. Will it really be that noticeable? Worth it?

Thanks for the help.
#2
It'll be noticeable, because you're going for better quality Pickups, magnets etc., Although what amp do you have? If you've got a good valve number, that difference in quality will be more so
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#3
Thanks for your response. I've got a Marshall Valvestate 100 amp. I figured it would make a difference, but I just wanted to see what everyone else thinks.
#4
Ehh the money would be better spent on a good all-tube amp instead of that thing. What kind of music do you play/do you have a budget for an amp right now?
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#6
Quote by Guitar Sushi
EMGs my man.... shove EMGs in that thing and it'll rape the crap out of the goddam P-90s


*facepalm*
#7
Quote by Wakisazhi
*facepalm*


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#8
Quote by Guitar Sushi
EMGs my man.... shove EMGs in that thing and it'll rape the crap out of the goddam P-90s

**** off kid you obviously don't know ****, 99% of the people who say to get them don't own EMG's themselves, or even a tube amp...
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