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Completely ridiculous.

 

"The reading for the neck pickup is 8.1 and the neck is 7.8" Typo? - I expect he means the bridge is hotter?

 

A new pair is approx £90(GBP) in UK.

 

I have a 2004 Gibson with PAFs.

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Completely ridiculous.

 

"The reading for the neck pickup is 8.1 and the neck is 7.8" Typo? - I expect he means the bridge is hotter?

 

A new pair is approx £90(GBP) in UK.

 

 

 

I have a 2004 Gibson with PAFs.

 

I imagine he's correct there. PAFs were amazingly sloppy, almost totally random little piles of junk with no tolerance standards to speak of.

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Personally id be more interested in the guitar that they came out of?

 

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Hello Rabs!

 

It's a post-75 Les Paul Deluxe on the pictures, routed out to accept the PAFs. Hints are: three-piece top, Nashville bridge, wrong shape of cavities.

 

Cheers... Bence

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I think he means the original ES guitar [flapper]

 

Hello!

 

Why would be someone interested in an old, '59 ES-345 with replaced pickups, is beyond me... ;)

 

To make things worse, - probably - now it bears a pair of Super Distortions. [scared]

 

:)

 

Cheers... Bence

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Hello!

 

Why would be someone interested in an old, '59 ES-345 with replaced pickups, is beyond me... ;)

 

To make things worse, - probably - now it bears a pair of Super Distortions. [scared]

 

:)

 

Cheers... Bence

 

That is a cringeworthy thought [unsure]

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