This was something that I wanted to do for at least a year to my first "good" guitar. It was in need of some new parts as the tuning machines had worn out and a spring was missing from the old bridge. While replacing those parts I decided to just go all out and redo the entire guitar, mostly to try out parts and pieces that I've read so much about but never had any experience with first hand. After quite a while, mostly waiting for parts, I finally finished the "Historic" makeover of my '91 Les Paul Standard. I was originally going to go with zebra coil pickups but I was inspired by a black top R6 that PrivateReserveGuitars.com used to have, so I went double creme. The changes are; - Tonepros Kluson Tuners - Historic Truss Rod Cover - Historic Pickup Rings - Historic P-90 Pickgaurd, cut to fit - Double Creme Seymour Duncan '59 Neck/JB Bridge - RS Guitarworks Vintage Style Pots/Caps - Top Hat Style Knobs - Tonepros ABR-1 Style Bridge - Brown's Guitar Nashville to ABR-1 Conversion Posts - Graph Tech Saddles - Tonepros Lightweight Aluminium Tailpiece Before During After Daylight was fading fast so the last pic isn't that great. Hopefully if we get some sun this weekend I can get some good pics with proper lighting. The tone has changed quite a bit and I'm not sure if it's the pickups or the wiring kit but the sound is much more open than it used to be. I also like how I can tune in the middle position a lot more than before. In fact I almost never used the middle position before because it didn't sound that much different than just the neck pickup alone. Now I can roll off the neck to about 8 and leave the bridge at 10 and it gives me that nice bridge bite with the fatness of the bridge to thicken up the tone. That I would have to contribute to the new pots, which have a fantastic taper. So, what do you guys think?