New guy here and totally new to the American PRS guitars. I have a couple, and have been through many more, PRS SE's but have always wanted an American made one. So when the opportunity presented itself a bit over a month ago, I jumped. Anyways, I ended up picking up a used 1991 CU24 in vintage cherry burst with birds, gold hardware, sweet switch and OHSC from the Big G guitar store. As it turns out, they had no idea what they were looking at when they took it in as they slapped a tag on it that reflected what a used standard top 91 CU24 was going for and not for the 10 top that it actually is. The 10 is lightly stamped on the headstock and the pickup cavity verified it. Oddly, when I spoke via email with the nice folks at PRS they were able to confirm the serial number but were unable to give many details on it due to the age and book keeping methods from back then. I know the finish, gold hardware, and birds were an upcharge back then. With the sweet switch I know that it was an early 91 (the MannMade MillComm bridge is only a few months older than the guitar). Winged tuners work perfectly as well without issue. So when I changed the strings for the first time, I pulled the pickups to check out what they actually are and of course, to look for the 10 top marking. Instead of the HFS/Vintage Bass combo that was most common, it had a Vintage Treble/Vintage Bass combo. Other than the pickup winding spec sheet I could find no other info on the Vintage Treble. Does anyone around here one, what their take on it is, or might have more info on it? Don't get me wrong, I like the pickup and it sounds killer through the VHT/Fryette Pittbull 45 2x12 combo I picked up a few weeks later (big gear sell off to fund a major change) I just would like to know more about it. I can't compare it to other PRS pickups other than the Tremonti set I have in an SE Tremonti Custom or a pair of Dragon IIs in an SE Singlecut (both great guitars btw) which sound different. Anyways....thanks for any thoughts on the Vintage Treble pickup!