Hello guys. As some may remember, I had my 55-94 Deluxe with Bartolini's for sale a while back, due to my having too much stuff , and that I was a little tired of the Bart sound. Well, a fellow TBer purchased it and noticed that the A string was slightly under volume vs. the rest of the bass. I had never noticed that in many years of playing it (and others had never noticed it either). However, when he checked with Dan Lakin, under certain playing situations (primarily using a pick up toward the neck.. which I never do), the A string did have a problem on the early models. Wow! Ok... being an honest guy, I immediately returned his money and took the bass back. I talked to Dan, and he graciously said he would swap the old Barts for new ones at his cost (this is a really good company, by the way... great people). I decided on getting new Seymours vs the Barts, since I always loved the playability of the bass and was primarily tired of the Bart sound. Well to make a long story slightly less long, less than a week later and for a very good price, I have my 55-94 back... cleaned up, adjusted and with brand new Seymours. Very cool... the Seymours are much more aggressive... with really grindy mids and an aggressive treble end... but the bass still maintains the Lakland 55-94 character. So... the reason I'm posting... if any of you love your 55-94 but maybe need the sound freshened up a bit... I would highly recommend this swap. These pickups are definitely not for everyone (I think 90%+ of the 55-94 ship with Barts), but I like them a lot.