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    Albert Lee with 2 MM90's ???

    There was some excitement recently when pics of Albert Lee's new custom 2 MM90 guitar surfaced.



    Out of nowhere I had a lightbulb moment early last week and decided to try something...since I now have three ALHH guitars, and my original (first) one get's very little love anymore, I pulled all the stock electronics off the pick guard as an assembly in case this didn't work out, and installed a couple of Railhammer H90's I already had waiting for a new home. These are humbucker sized P90's, and I must say, they sound fabulous in the AL!
    I went with a 3-way switch and push/pull tone pot for series/parallel switching. Versatile and simple.
    I wouldn't say it's better than any stock AL sounds, but it's definitly got it's own thing going on now. Different and very usable tones and voicings.... this guy is going to get a lot more play time now...









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    Super cool!

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    Yeah baby!
    "The more of our stuff you have the more awesomely freaky you become." -- BP

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    Nice work!
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    Hunter Hayes Cutlass in Lake Tahoe Blue
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    Indeed cool mod!
    EVH Hardtail Red 1995
    Axis Sport SSS Trem Transparent Purple 1998
    Axis Sport MM90 Trem Transparent Orange 1999
    Axis SS Hardtail Piezo Honeyburst 2007
    Albert Lee MM90 Hardtail Dargie Delight 2007
    Bongo 4HH Stealth 2007
    BFR 25th Anniversary Venetian Red burst 2009

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    Nice job!
    EBMM BFR Morse Tahitian Blue S/N G79179 DOB 2/7/17
    SBMM SUB AX4 Trans Red Quilt DiMarzio AXIS pups SD pots GOTOH GE1996T Trem
    EBMM - a guitar like no other.
    Even we mancave noodlers can appreciate the perfection that is an EBMM guitar.
    "one likes to believe in the freedom of music..."

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