Frank said they had some very special stuff coming out this year and was a little secretive about what it was. If someone knows what is happening for NAMM Frank would be the guy for sureHere's a pretty good link to a trhead in the Seymour Duncan forum that has some of their new stuff in it:
One thing to note - Jemsite member Frank Falbo has been working for Duncan for about a year now, and one of the products they are launching is his "P-Rail" hybrid P90 and Rail pickup. He actually showed me the prototypes he'd originally built in his basement several months before going there when he still lived up here in Illinois, so it's really cool to see them coming out. ESP has a new guitar that has them stock, too.
Neal Schon has been playing one for awhile. He was a special guest when G3 was here in Nashville time before last and played the ebony one...Wow- an LP with a Floyd!! 8O
Never thought I'd see that in production. Interesting to see how this is taken by the purists and who might be associated with it first
Yeah, I remember seeing that guitar at the Journey show when they were through a few years ago. Was he playing the Hiwatt amps when you saw him?He did here in Nashville. He had 6 Hiwatt half stacks and they sounded soooo good!!!He's one of the only guys I've ever seen with one. I saw him with Journey about 6 1/2yrs ago with that guitar.
I just didn't think it would EVER make it into production. LP purists are usually very touchy when it comes to messing with their beloved stop tail design
I honestly don't remember seeing his amps from where I was sitting.Yeah, I remember seeing that guitar at the Journey show when they were through a few years ago. Was he playing the Hiwatt amps when you saw him?He did here in Nashville. He had 6 Hiwatt half stacks and they sounded soooo good!!!