Well New Sensor Corporation makes all of those.
Regular JJ EL34.
Try a smaller gauge of strings.
Probably a typo.
I believe a Duncan '59 bridge would do the trick.
"If they made a amplifier today would you buy it?"
No. Unless of course it sounded better than my EL34 high gain Marshalls. I don't think Gibson...
I have two Marshall TSL60s. I never use the crunch channel. The lead channel sounds so much better. I play that about 95% of the time. And every...
I have one of those. It's on a c. 1986 Kramer Striker. It's a nice tremolo bridge. Maybe the best made.
Duncan JB bridge (regular or trembucker size I'm not sure, ask someone). Duncan '59 neck.
Get a tortex pick.
Is the pigtail strong and rattle free?
Because it has my favorite tone recipe. All mahogany with a rosewood fretboard. And it has two humbuckers. And it doesn't weigh a ton. Also...
A high gain Marshall should be able to get that kind of sound. Bands back then were using all kinds of stuff. It may just be a cranked Marshall....
DiMarzio super distortion, EMG-81 and the Duncan JB are my favorites. The Duncan distortion may be good too.
I bet that guitar sounds great!
What camera are you using? The pictures look really good!
Without having owned one the Duncan '59.
Good luck and keep us updated.