#2
The P-90 is a single coil electric guitar pickup produced by Gibson since 1946. Having a more complex architecture and larger dimensions than Fender's single coils, it is occasionally mistaken for a humbucker. According to the Gibson website, "the lean and mean P-90 offers a stellar combination of high output and biting treble response."

That's from wikipedia.

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#3
Soundwise it's in between singel coils and humbuckers. It has a darker sound than regular singel coils.
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#4
In between is the best way to describe em. As long as your sticking with the single coil version not the stacks or humbucker version. I have a set and really like em. They probably dont do so well for really heavy stuff, but do well for classic rock and some metal.
#5
It's still technically a single coil, and is prone to hum like others. However, they usually have a higher output and somewhat beefier sound.
In short, as someone above me said, they're somewhere in between humbuckers and single coils in terms of sound.

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