A bunch of years ago, probably around 2003. I acquired a 93 Les Paul Custom. It's a real beauty with the figured maple top but tonally I've always thought it was a bit harsh. May be it's the ebony fingerboard, not sure. I'm struggling with it a bit and was wondering if anyone has a line on the original specs. It had the original neck p/u but the bridge was replaced with a Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates Plus which I didn't like much. Tried a 500T for a while but settled on the Bustbucker 1 and 2's but still not completely happy with that. The GC near me has an LPR7 used in stock and I'm seriously thinking about it. Of course it's a substantial bit of extra coin to make that move and really liking not being in debt right now. One must have their priorities. Any input or advice would be appriciated. If I can restore it to original specs maybe I'll love it. I trust it was shipped from the factory the way Gibson thought it "should" sound. Back around 1998 I used to go to GC and play a LPR7 with the same Burstbuckers I put in my Custom through a Budda SD18 and absolutely loved it. Just not liking them as much in the Custom but they are different guitars? What to do?