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The Jr is stock, the PRS has a Duncan Vintage P90.
I'm really getting into single-pickup guitars... These sound pretty close, the PRS is brighter.
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You're correct. That's pretty much it. The PRS can get there with a bit of EQ'ing. The Gibson though, damn, it's freakin' awesome.Interesting comparison. Thanks for sharing. They are in the same ballpark, but the Gibson seems to have more punch, bottom end, and clarity, but that's just how it sounds coming from my computer.
My SE sounds pretty good acoustically and the Duncans weren't catching it. They're in a box somewhere around here...But having owned and played many Juniors thru the years I just don't think an SE has the wood to bring the punch and bottom. It's still good to me but a different thing.
Nothing wrong with the Gibson P90's. They have "that" sound.I don't know. I think most folks consider a Duncan to be better than a stock Gibson p90 but I don't that that is necessarily true in this case.