1 gretschbigsby 5 months ago I have a late 40's Gibson ES-125 that had a bridge pickup put into it over time. Since I've owned it, I've change out the bridge pickup several times: T-Armond, Rickenbacker Hi Gain, TVJ Setzer, Lollar P90 and, currently, Duncan Antiquity P90.The original P90 in the neck was one of the first P90's-- completely different construction than what would appear in the early 50's. The early P90 used alnico slug magnets and sounds a little more "fendery' b/c of the construction. A few years back, Gibson reissued this pickup as the P90S (s standing for slug).The body is also an early one, having mahogany b/s and top, which makes it warmer/darker that the maple ES-125's that would appear later.I like playing in the middle position so the P90 overwhelming what ever is in the bridge is something of an issue for me. So far, the P90's in the bridge have the best balance-- not a surprise, I suppose. The thing is, I'm not a big fan of the P90 bridge sound-- much prefer filtertrons.I liked the Setzer in the bridge but found that the middle position was just a little too weighted toward the neck. So, I'm looking at the Classic + which has more power.I don't know about my pickup, but the reissue P90S measures out at 7.7K resistance and 4.05h inductance. The Classic + comes in at 7.8k and 2.83H.Will the P90 overwhelm the Classic +?Thanks!