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    Single coil sized P90s

    Been wanting another Talman TM303, but this time with the idea of a strat with 3 P90s. Along the lines of this:



    I haven't opened up my current Talmans as my replacement pickups have yet to arrive, though I'm also guessing that the routings would probably be exclusively for single coils. And I can't be bothered to do any routings or custom pickguards.

    Instead I'm eyeing for possible single coils with the P90 sound/vibe.

    So far I've got my sites on a set of Lindy Frallin Steel Pole 43s, but there's also Vintage Vibes, BG Pickups, Roadhouse Pickups and Kinman Big Nine 0, that I just recently noticed.

    Any more options, experiences, recommendations, please throw them this way.

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    There is also the Stra-Bro 90, which has a tap to get different outputs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starless View Post
    There is also the Stra-Bro 90, which has a tap to get different outputs.
    Damnit, I did *not* need to know that existed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Damnit, I did *not* need to know that existed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starless View Post
    There is also the Stra-Bro 90, which has a tap to get different outputs.
    Looks like two of those would fit side by side in a humbucker route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt C View Post
    Looks like two of those would fit side by side in a humbucker route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
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    You totally want to hear them against my Texas Specials, right?!

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    I haven't tried this one in particular, but I have one of their Hardman tele pickups in an Esquire partsocaster, and it's awesome. At least a match in quality for SDs I have in 2 of my other guitars.

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