Hey there, looking to dive into the world of P90's. It comes from having most of my Single Coils covered (tele and Strat) and I have a PRS Mira with HB's. I basically know I am going to get a Les Paul, but Not sure (even after a test drive) as to which to get P90's or HB's? I have had a LP before that never stayed in tune, but I am on that quest. If money wasn't an issue, I'd get a Grosh Retro jet w/p90's and a les paul traditional. BUT, it is. So, I know that P90's have that spit and growl, but can they be warm and creamy as well? For those that use P90's extensively, let me know what ground they can cover. For me, I basically play 80's, 90's and 00's alt covers, with a dash of classic rock thrown in there. I don't see myself channelling Warren Hayes, but do see Mike Ness, Malcolm Young, Mike Mcreedy and to throw you a loop, Chris Isaak. Primarily don't play a lot of blues, but am learning to really appreciate it. don't do metal or Jazz really. If I noodle, I am playing open chords and experimenting from there up the fret board. Coming into a decent period of getting some lead chops. Thanks for the input!