Updated with lots of color pics, page 3 post 53. Got into a band where flats would seem to be the order of the day, but I don't want to put them on any of my main Fenders, and the only other one I have is a cheap parts Fender copy that I'd rather not use. So I've been thinking about putting this set of Dunlop flats I have laying around on my 95 Fender P Lyte with EMG PJ's and BQC. Did Chromes and LaBellas on it a few years ago when I was on a "flats only" kick, and if you've never done flats on an active before, it's actually a lot of fun. The onboard EQ lets you go from fat low end for fingerstyle to that bright tic-tac pick sound at will. Maybe a little cleaner than folks expect who are used to flats on passives only, but it always sounded pretty great to me and I think it sounds more Fendery with flats than it does with rounds. Also think I'll put the old set of LaBellas back on my 09 Dano Longhorn as well. I like the twanginess of it with rounds, but flats work quite well on it, too, and it's a lot easier to set up than Fenders so I could possibly have it ready for tomorrow's gig, whereas it would take about a week for the Lyte to get it where I want it. Then again it's closing in on 2 am and I don't much feel like doing a project right now But for those of you who have run flats on actives, I would like to hear your thoughts on it, even if you didn't dig it.