I recently came to the realization that I love my Strat sound. I found the right combinations of pickups and pedals and all the years of research (and spending money!) have paid off. The same can't be said for my Les Paul sound. I've been searching for a combination of pickups/pedals/amps that will get me in the ballpark of a tone reminiscent of Page's The Song Remains The Same type tone. I feel if I can get this as sort of my "base" tone, it will be the jump off point for finding my own sound. I really need to do this at moderate volume levels too. I guess its just a classic LP rock sound I'm after. My LP is a 1994 Standard with a few mods - push/pull pots for coil splitting and neck pickup phase reversal, WCR Darkburst in the bridge/Crossroads neck, featherweight bridge, bone nut - all done by a pro luthier. Its a heavier LP - 10.5 lbs, Any suggestions? The guitar plays great, but I can't seem to dial in the sound.