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For this test I used Yonac’s Tonestack for Clean sounds with Jamup for overdriven and distorted tones.

It’s a lovely guitar to hold. It’s slimmer than a normal Les Paul and that thin nitro coating is not the prettiest thing in the world but it creates a warm, satiny feel. That neck is a handful at first (much more so than the neck on the SGJ) but give it time. After a couple of hours, my left hand stopped trying to fight it and worked with it, then it became a very comfortable experience.

Plugged in, clean tone, bridge. Wallop! There are many flavours of the P90 out there, it is one of the classics of pickup design (many say the classic design) – this one is definitely flavoured with a hint of chilli. It is very brash and in your face…

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