Anyone ever put together a mahogany body, mahogany/rosewood conversion scale neck, dual humbucker Strat style guitar to attempt Gibson/PRS tones? Did it work out? I know a standard construction HH Strat will still sound like a Strat. Do you need a set neck and TOM bridge to get away from the spanky Strat tone? I realize that every piece of the puzzle will get closer to an LP/PRS, but they can't all be equal in importance, so how far must you go before the returns are diminished. I've played TOM equipped Fenders that still sound like Fenders (Classic Player Jazzmaster) and trem equipped PRS that still sound thick (DGT, Cu24), so I'm trying to figure out which pieces have the greatest effect on tone. "Will never be an LP, don't even bother, blah blah blah" There I've already said it.