I recently acquired an early '2000's R6 Goldtop, to replace the one I (regretfully) sold a few years ago. I've always kind of liked the stock Gibson P-90's, but the neck pickup always seemed kind of muddy to me, and I wanted a little more articulation. Had been looking at discussions here of various P-90's, but couldn't find what I considered to be a clear front-runner. I'd seen several people mention that they really liked the Wolfetone P-90's so I casually looked at his P-90 offerings. One thing I did like, was that he uses Alnico II mags instead of Alnico V's in his pickups. And I had owned a pair of his Marshallhead humbuckers a few years back, that he'd loaded with alnico II mags, instead of V's, for me. I had those p'ups in an R7 and really liked them - plus he was a good guy to deal with. So I started looking for some youtube demos, and ran across one of Big Mike, demo'ing a Kauer guitar, with a set of custom wound Wolfetone P-90's in it - and BOOM... I was knocked out! Then in the "comments" section of the vid, he mentioned that Wolfe would wind that set for anyone. I immediately got hold of Wolfe, and referenced the video. He said it was basically his "mean/meaner" set, with a slightly underwound neck. So I had him wind me a pair, and had them in less than a week (in about 3 days actually - "thanks Wolfe!!"). I've installed them in my R6, along with an RS Guitarworks pre-wired Premium Vintage Electronics Upgrade kit, with their own GuitarCap paper in oil caps (.015 neck, .022 bridge). Bottom line: my search is over - tonal nirvana! This IS my idealized P-90 LP tone! My preference is for a more throaty, semi-nasal, woody P-90 tone - and this combo delivers in spades! Warm and smooth, but with plenty of that P-90 grind when cranked. Just hot enough without going over the top. And plenty articulate, either clean or driven. Right now I am loving this combo of wiring kit and p'ups in my Goldtop - and I'd highly recommend it to anyone else who is looking. There have been plenty of times when I've been disappointed when I bought something I'd read about, or heard in a vid, but had not actually gotten to try first. Not this time! Boy-howdy... no buyer's remorse here!! Expectations, more than exceeded! If you are looking for a set of "soapbars", you need to check these out!