Hey TGPers! I'm getting ready to buy a nice old 1965 Epiphone Olympic, much like this: I've played a few before, and I like the stock MM pickup, but I'm afraid it will prove too weak in the long run for a lot of the stuff I want to do. I'm thinking about converting it to a P90 (the one I'm looking at is already routed for a humbucker in the bridge, so I won't be hacking it up!). The only problem is that P90s hum, and I'm leading worship with an amp that already hums--I don't particularly want to add to that. So, I thought, perhaps a mini-humbucker would do the trick. But I really love the P90 sound. I'm thinking a chrome dogear P90 would look killer in there--basically a poor man's Coronet. The look/sound I'm going for is featured nicely in these vids from Switchfoot: So, I guess the point is: 1. Would you guys recommend a mini-humbucker or P90, and if so, which type (vintage Gibson, Lollar P90, etc)? 2. If I go with a P90, how can I help eliminate some hum? I know this is a really common topic, but help would be appreciated.