Hey, Just a couple of very simple modifications to my 2016 Les Paul Traditional. Since "Double Cream" pickups are so scarce, I've found a pretty easy work around. I really like the sound of the Seymour Duncan "Whole Lotta Humbucker" and they have a custom shop, so... LPP by joe mergens, on Flickr ... if you call their custom shop or order on line, you can request "double parchment" coils and request that they not solder the cover in place. Since the pickup doesn't cost any more with the cover, and you can order the pickup to just about any spec you'd want, i was pretty stoked. It took a little less than the six weeks they quoted to build me a pickup. It was a very easy drop in replacement for the Classic 57+ that was stock in the guitar. Here's the result- LP1 by joe mergens, on Flickr I've got nickel Grover milk bottle tuners on the way soon, and I swapped in a blank truss rod cover. For now the bridge will stay, and the guitar will aged naturally as I play it. It's really just a tribute cosmetically as it has a fuller neck that I prefer. I'll post more pics as it changes.