This would be my opinion as well.I recommend playing both and picking the one that feed best in your hands. I think the tonal differences between them are minimal. Your playing technique and amp choices are what will give you some Jimmy Page tones.
Good luck finding your Les Paul.
Good point.Dla firm, które chcą się reklamować zewnętrznie, tramwaje mają niesamowite możliwości. Jedną z najważniejszych zalet jest możliwość podmiany grafiki w trakcie trwania kampanii. Śmiało możemy powiedzieć, że <a href="https://bogdanelu.eu/articles/31/reklama-w-tramwajach.php">reklama w komunikacji miejskiej</a> należy do najciekawszych ze względu na dotarcie do klienta kampanii reklamowych
You’d probably be better off with 60’s and Alnico V’s, but try the neck first. Personally, I can’t play 60’s necks…Sorry if this is a dumb question but I’m Trying to decide between these two, I know the neck on the 50s is fatter but I wanna know which one has better pickups. Want more of a classic rock type sound like zeppelin.
I've had both, stayed with the 50s. There's overall more roundness and less top end on the 50s in my own testing.This would be my opinion as well.
Had a few 50s & 60s standards recently and was able to a/b them thru my rig for a while.
I ended up preferring the 60s. The 50s (A2s) were just too twangy to my ears. Nice though.
The 60s (A5s) were more versatile for my purposes. Ymmv, of course.