Just installed a set of Throbak PG-102 in my '83 Tokai LS-120. These are by far the best Peter Green style pickups I've owned. Owned WCR Green/Moore, W-B Peter Greens, Bare Knuckle PG Blues, Shed Supernaturals, 57 Classics w/flipped mag, Gotoh MK2 w/flipped mag and Manlius Fat Dianes w/flipped mag. These growl like none of the other sets I've had. If you've seen that vid of Kirk Hammett playing Greeny and saying "this is a crunchy guitar", that quote keeps popping in my head when I plug in. There's a bite and growl that I felt was missing with my other sets. I hear it most obviously in Phil Harris' video with the original as well. Crunchy is a great adjective for these pickups! Not over the top hot or over the top thick. Very balanced, but have this crunchy, growl. These are very complex sounding. Harmonics pop off the fretboard and they stay clearer than most with the guitar volume dialed back. The middle out of phase tone is there in spades, but I feel this is the easiest part of the puzzle to get. The complexity is there in my Throbak Pre-T set as well. Middle position aside, these also rank as my favorite all around pickups. Much prefer these to the Wizz I have. OX4s are a very close second.