I really like the Gibsons but they don't come in a balanced/calibrated set. I couldn't set the neck pickup low enough to match the bridge in my R6. I ended up with Fralin stock bridge/minus 10% neck and they are sublime, probably 95% of my vintage ones. I have low wind Lollars in my McInturff Royal and they are every bit as good as the Fralins. The Fralins have an extended top end that you can control easily with the tone pot. The Lollar top end is a bit more rounded. Both have all the air a vintage P90 should have. And I'm certain that both have a 3 pickup set...just call either of them and be done. You can't lose. I got to play a Lollar 3 pickup set in a Hamer Monaco through Greg Germino's personal amp at a show a while back. MONEY sound. and then some...still quacked but like a 700 pound duck.