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Well New Sensor Corporation makes all of those.
Regular JJ EL34.
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.
The SG has a better cutaway for better fret access.
It may also need new filter capacitors.