I am looking to try a new set of HB's in my Les Paul. Currently I have the stock Burstbucker in the neck and a Duncan Whole Lotta Humbucker in the bridge. I had a Duncan JB in the bridge and loved the lead tones I got from it. Leads were thick and creamy with a very focused high end, but I could not stand the rhythm sounds I was getting. They was no low end and I was really missing the chunky low end I was looking for. I like the WLH, it's very woody sounding and bright, but I'm wondering what other suggestions you guys might have to offer. I've looked at D. Allen and the Duncan Antiquity set, but have not tried either. I'm looking for a Black Crowes, Joe Bonnamassa, Billy Gibbons, classic rock kind of tone. I play in a Country/Rock band, we do mostly newer country and 70/80/90 rock. I play through a Marshall Artist 3203 for my dirty sound, so classic JCM type tones. I have an SG with 57 Classics in it and to be honest, I don't love those. What ever set I buy for the LP, the set that is currently in it will most likely move to the SG. What's out there these days? I've tried many boutique winders for my Strat and Tele pups (OC Duff, Lollar, Rio Grande...), but always seem to stick with Duncan buckers. What are you guys using in your Humbucker guitars? What pups have you loved? Which ones have you been unimpressed with?