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    Original 1960's P90's?

    Just picked up a short neck 330, and could use some help with identifying the pickups. Most items on the guitar appear to be original. Lots of play wear, no major trauma other than a possible headstock repair. Appreciate the help. Here's some pics:


    es330 pt3.jpg

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    Bridge measures 8.47k, neck measures 8.36k

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    Re: Original 1960's P90's?

    es330.jpg

    Better picture, about to add the correct butterbean tuners, and gold speed knobs, pickguard on the way.

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    Re: Original 1960's P90's?

    Why do you suspect they’re possibly not original?
    Otherwise known as Grant.

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    Re: Original 1960's P90's?

    Quote Originally Posted by latestarter View Post
    Why do you suspect they’re possibly not original?
    Condition and price - however, its in much better shape than I thought, and I'm pretty sure these are 60's P90s and original now. I've been working on the action and intonation all day, and working the controls, great guitar. Can't wait to gig it this weekend, hoping feedback won't be an issue.

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    Re: Original 1960's P90's?

    They look correct to me.
    Otherwise known as Grant.

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    Re: Original 1960's P90's?

    I thought I'd add, this guitar lived up in a live setting. I definitely get the P90 affinity, and these were reasonably quiet and smooth, very versatile from clean to mean. Really enjoying this six string.

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