Here's another P90 to PAF conversion I've just completed. This came to me with a super thick '70s all gold refinish (one of at least two other refins as evidenced by the cavities), and a classic 'spoon and hammer' humbucker conversion, as well as myriad holes from B7, B5 Bigsby's, and a misplaced stop tail Stripping the top revealed a crazy blistered/birds eye 2/3 split top, so a vintage style Burst finish was a no brainer. I used all vintage correct methods with fading aniline dyes, and will be adding weather checking and realistic play wear in the coming weeks. It has a full '59 harness, late '50s PAFs, late '50s hardware/tuners and cut '50s guard/plastics save OTPG rings and backplates, and sounds fat, clear and singing- every bit as good as it looks. I love the process of working on old guitars, but the greatest satisfaction comes on completion, and I often get the sense I'm revealing the lost potential of these wrecks, and restoring them to comparable beauty as they left the factory decades before.