Dual P90 Telecaster.

dpang2836

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I hate Pickguards also!:eek: Pickups are Big enough! Think back to 1969, I was 15 and bought my first Guitar. 1965 Jazzmaster that I was afraid of the Huge Soapbars, so a personal Phobia.
 
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jamesgpobog

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I hate Pickguards also!:eek: Pickups are Big enough! Think back to 1969, I was 15 and bought my first Guitar. 1965 Jazzmaster that I was afraid of the Huge Soapbars, so a personal Phobia.

See, and I think the orriginal way of mounting P-90's , screws in/out of the body for height adjustment on top of a piece of 'foam rubber' for a spring is....at best...primitive. Maybe it's my semi-concious problem solving/design mental exercize. It just seems weird to me.
 

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DrBeGood

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Dec 9, 2014
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If just p-90 “sound” is what you are after then these help:

What makes a P90 sound like a P90 is the size of its coil and the resulting magnetic field. You can call anything you want a P90, if it hasn't got the girth, it will not sound like a P90. Any other single coil is limited by the size of its bobbin.
Here is how I like it! No Pickguard, Pickup Rings, or Control Plate!:cool:
All the P90 goodness you'd want in a light $125 package.
 


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