1) It's a good thing this guitar has a really good (gradual taper) tone control on it, because these are bright for P-90s (just as many here told me they were.) They seem to be like a P90 with a heaping helping of Filtertron added to them. 2) Turning the tone control down a bit to cut some highs helps them get more into the Gibson P90 territory, they really need 250K pots imo. I'm not going to bother, because the tone control on this guitar is excellent, I'll just use it. 3) New strings = more jangle than usual.... I'll have a better idea what they sound like after the strings break in.