Fralin P-92?

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  1. saucyjack

    saucyjack Member

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    Decided to go with Fralin P-92 in the Neck of My Sg.
    Currently have a set of Wolfetone Dr.V but really missing a single coil-ish sound.
    I think the Dr.Vs are right around 8K in bridge and Neck.I already have a little trouble getting bridge and neck to balance out volume -wise

    What P-92 should I be looking at for my Neck,I'm thinking 8K?

    Anyone used a P-92 and PAF-ish Bucker together?
     
  2. mainsale

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    Place a call to Lindy. He will make sure you get what you want.
    I have no experience mixing the P-92 with a humbucker but I can say from experience that an 8,000 turn P-92 in the neck works swimmingly. It's articulate, rich, and full range with great clarity and snap. I think it's a fabulous pickup.

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  3. RvChevron

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    Do you notice any output drop-off when bending the g string passed its polepiece towards the bass side? Especially on the neck pickup?

    Thanks
     
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  5. saucyjack

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    Lindy agreed the 8k would probably be best for my needs.
    He really seems to likes the P-92.
     
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    So do I. Since I stumbled upon the P-92 I've put them in four of my guitars, all with outstanding success.

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  7. Boogie92801

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    I put a set in my Les Paul too and they are a big improvement.
     
  8. mad dog

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    Always wanted P-92s in a guitar, after hearing one in a Linholf tele. Real nice sound. Planned on getting them for a project guitar (Dearmond M-72, sorta like the Guild Bluesbird, chambered body), but a buddy just sent me a set of Harmonic Designs Z-90s. So I'm still looking for an excuse to use the fralins.
     

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