"A previous owner loaded up his ’66 non-reverse [Firebird](http://equipboard.com/items/gibson-thunderbird-non-reverse) with a pair of Lollar P-90s, but Granduciel added the Bigsby." - [*Premier Guitar*](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/21625-rig-rundown-the-war-on-drugs). This can be seen at 5:16.more
"Sullivan’s new love is a Fano RB6 that he recently received from the boutique guitar maker’s custom shop. “It comes down to the clarity thing,” Sullivan says. “You hit a chord and you hear every note. The Lollar P-90’s in the neck and bridge just sound incredible, and just have a pure organic tone. There’s nothing to hide behind.”" -Premier Guitar; Rig Rundown with Russian Circlesmore
“I’ve always used a Bartolini neck pickup, but now I’ve given up on humbuckers altogether on the bridge. I went with slightly overwound Lollar P-90s after using humbuckers my whole life, which is what you get told you need for the heavy tones. Well, that couldn’t have been more wrong! The P-90s have way more frequency to them, less compression and much more open. You get convinced you need a hotter pickup, but that signal doesn’t necessarily mean a better tone. It just hits harder. There are so many ways of dialling shit into the back-end; you don’t need to do that to your guitar.”more
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