Body: Honduras Mahogany solid 1 piece.
Table: maple top 2 pieces - plain top.
Neck: 1 piece Mahogany neck tenon long.
Finish: Cherry Sunburst, nitro cellulose lacquer.
Pickups: Lollar Set p90 (not original, original pickups Bacchus, I do not know).
Thin neck, not totally 60's, a bit rounded, but super comfortable grip.
Guitar quite heavy (4.4 kg), provide for the game straplocks standing imperative.
Access to acute ... bah, it's a LP!
I play Led Zep top, Bonamassa (trying!), A little Strokes improv blues crunch of his light to others warm and velvety.
I play on a small tube amp Blackstar HT-5 with a Vox Wha, a Boss EQ and a compressor Marshall ED-1.
Dry run super fast (too), but it sounded pretty good. I need to retest the well at this level - it is the judge of truth. The grip is good and the handle is in the category that I like for a P90 LP: easy handling, quite fine, not a log. The weight of the fine is almost equal that of my Epiphone LP Custom Black Beauty Japan, so a ladle in the 4.3 to 4.4 kg. A body part, beautiful table into 2 parts, nickel, just small CSWS on the head (I'm not necessarily a follower of mint, a guitar, it has to live!).
The time that loupiottes the amp warm up, and here I am serious about micro sound clear. There's the sustain, less than my other Epiphone LP, but what purity, size and voluptuous in her! Tested on the intro to Since I've Been Lovin You Led Zep. A few more minutes and I scrape a little Bonamassa (a chord of a song I remember which) on the bridge pickup. It strikes, it bites, but not too garish. P90 good on this, but I will.
A few more moments, then I crunch a bit, micro serious first. Impro blues, hmmm ... I smell a smoky old bar with alcohol vapor, late in the evening! My favorite position. Then a bit of rage on the bridge pickup to the rocker shovel: it's beautiful, it fits in, but is super clean. The output level is moderate, I appreciate, it makes better use of the amp.
Briefly, in 10 minutes, the idea here as I could do.
The violin seems to me [very] good bill, including the body in 1 piece of egg. The P90 ... bah, I think I'll stay on my basic idea: I will give my Seymour Duncan Antiquity. They are Alnico II is really a grain rockier, a velvety crooner's voice old. That's what I like on a Les Paul type guitar that you want to give a great vintage grain in P90. Lollar's are almost "too clean on them," but they are bluesy, very clean, they do not drool. With little feedback as well.
Again, EXCELLENT violin, endless sustain, a very clean finish.
The biggest problem, it is the mechanical origin. Not just the height of the Violin and microphones. Provide a change of mechanical damage is at this level.