Question about the P 90 Dog Ear in a CS LP JR RI?

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Some excellent advice in this thread.

Many thanks to those who have responded with personal experience & knowledge.

I think I'll start with the CAP & POTS (though not too sure I really need to change out the POTS?).

And go from there.

I definitely know what tone I'm looking for and will take it a piece at a time.

I am really interested in a 'true' bone nut for it as well.

I'll keep you all updated as to the MODS I eventually go after & how they work.

Thanks again all! :dude:
 

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Definitely also, before buying a vintage P90, try the Seymour Duncan Antiquity line. Great vintage P90 sound without the price of an original. I personally use Lindy Fralin P90s in my LP Special and they are awesome.
 

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Definitely also, before buying a vintage P90, try the Seymour Duncan Antiquity line. Great vintage P90 sound without the price of an original.
Without the price, and without the gamble. Their QC is quite good.
 

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Wolfetone P 90s are quite nice. I have one in my TV Reissue.
 

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Been looking @ the SD Antiquities hadn't considered a Wolfetone though.

Thanks!
 

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