Jason Lollar's Imperial Humbuckers are world renowned, used by high end guitar makers, such as Collings. This bridge pickup was taken from a Les Paul that was traded in, as the new owner desired his own brand in there. It's got a few scratches, up to you to relic it with your own pick markings and sweat !
from Lollar's site:
"High Wind Imperial
Our high wind humbucker is similar in overall tone to the standard Imperial® but with a higher output that retains much of the airiness and balanced tone of the originals. It also pushes your amp into distortion harder and faster while still keeping a smooth tone. You also get a creamy treble tone and fat bottom end with softer attack and ample sustain. This pickup delivers the highest output we offer (while still considered "vintage output") and works particularly well for playing distorted more often than clean. It's also great for overly bright guitars lacking in fullness and sustain, or for light and thin body guitars such as an SG. Made with Alnico 2 magnets. Covers are nickel silver. Sold as singles or as sets, and comes in a wide range of cover options. Single conductor braided shield lead wire and 4 conductor lead wire is available."
DC: Bridge 9.4K