I am a newbie on this forum who has lurked for sometime. I have been playing for the past couple of years a 2016 Gibson Les Paul Traditional. I bought the Les Paul used and it already had a set of Seymour Duncan Whole Lotta Humbuckers installed in it. The pickups do the classic rock gig really well, but as of lately I have been wanting to swap the pickups out for a more traditional PAF type pickup. I think I have narrowed it down to either the DiMarzio 36th anniversary PAF, or the StewMac Parson Street PAF. Both of these pickups are selling around the same price, but the Parson Streets have a few more choices, such as a hotter bridge pickup, and an A2 magnet. So I was just curious, if you fellas could give me some input on these two brands as far as to which one will help me get closer to the classic PAF tone?