Well I think I will be very different from previous opinions.
I did not like it at all.
I have quite a collection of guitars with P90 and I love that sound, my microphone is preferred. And I tested a bunch of P90 all brands.
I mounted this set of Lollar on a Les Paul and I end up with a Godin ...
More grain or fat in the sound I had lost my Les Paul ...
Too right, too Bright, Hifi too.
Total loss of personality.
I still have a lot of trouble understanding the success of these microphones.
If you are looking for a real sound test P90 Van Zandt ... then there's no picture, it's P90 as they like, cut to the Blues.
And with a grain inimitable, my guitar revie (although Gibson P90 origin are already very well job). Yes there is a sound vintage, but not with these Lollar.
the real vintage sound, beautiful grain saturation of high definition finish lightly beaded, smooth, (we think Rickenbacker), excellent dynamics, it sparkles with "overtones with a balance in the spectrum, acute non-aggressive
I tried the seymour duncan in P90, they are inferior in sound richness and especially aggressive in the high mids and treble
such mr Jason Lollar, magician is an artist, see a genius to be able to reproduce, through its microphones, the sounds of legends who have made and are making the history of blues and rock, trying urgently for true (re) discovery of her!