This+ a vid, soundclip, and/or a comparison is also helpful.simply put, when reviewing gear explain why you like or do not like the product. there are a lot of sub forms here at mlp as well, take time to explore and it should be easy to figure out what goes where.
This thread disappointed me.
I have been wanting to try the 36th's Anny pickups for a year or more now and no one really seems to have them. So I read this topic and hoped that someone could give a decent tone report.
Glad you dig them though man, but could you please describe the nuances of the pickups a little more?
Like, are they bright? How are the overtones? do you they get nasal sounding like a classic LP should? How are the picking dynamics and do they get cleaner with lighter picking.
Thanks man, just wondering!
Thanks.I guess the word "review" set everyone off. Just trying to share the excitement of a lifelong dream( owning a Gibson Les Paul, and making it sound the way I wanted it to sound)
+1. I have heard them but not owned them.As much as I like the 36th anniv, I don't know if I'd call them a true-PAF sound. To me, they're a little more modern sounding than that. They feel like they're a little higher output and slightly more compressed sounding than the signature "true-PAF" sound.
Disclaimer: I make no claim that this is a "review". Its just one man's opinion.