#1
I recently bought epipfone dot and I really like the hollow body feel and sound to it. But I would really like to get some brighter tones out of it. So I am thinking of getting a pair of humbucker sized P-90 or maybe splitted humbuckers. What would I get the brightest tone out of?
#2
What about single coils? If you use alot of cleans, '57/'62s give great glassy bright tones, you may need to alter the pickguard.
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Quote by lespaul#1
What about single coils? If you use alot of cleans, '57/'62s give great glassy bright tones, you may need to alter the pickguard.


P-90's are single coil.
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#4
^not necessarily, but close to em. they give a little fatter, fuller sound and also dont have as much of the 60 cycle hum that single coils do.

but yea, i do say go for some P-90s.
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#5
Split hums dont sound anything like a P90. But P90s would probably work really good in a hollow body. Just a serious pain to wire in.
#6
Well generally splitted hubmcuekrs orks ok for single coil sounds. But don't get them only for splitting they're not that good sounding IMO.

Get the P90 instead.
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