The tone of a traditional Soapbar-style pickup made to fit humbucker guitars. And quiet too: no 60-cycle hum (when you are touching the strings, of course). 
 
 
What do Soapbar-style pickups sound like? The longstanding benefit of a Soapbar-style pickup is that they produce a sound that lives between the weaker F-type, single coil and the fat focus of a humbucker, giving you a sound nothing else can quite achieve. So, think of the wide bandwidth that a single coil pickup delivers—low, lows and stringy, musical highs. Now tame those highs ever so slightly so there is no “shattering glass” timbre, just clear string clarity. Add big, booming lows and give it enough midrange girth to not be wimpy in any situation—but not so much that it is mid-only like a traditional humbucker. Not weak but not overly hot—big enough to be dirty when pushed through your favorite amp and pristine when backed off—without 60-cycle hum! How cool is that? You have the much-loved Soapbar tone at your fingertips.
What’s the big deal? This coveted iconic musical “P” tone has not ever been achievable in a hum-canceling version—UNTIL NOW! Thanks to the Anderson PQ R&D department—real players jamming away until all hours of the night to bring P-performance under your control.
Technically Speaking? How about precision polepiece alignment—means string and polepiece engage in maximum communication. 

PH 1-: For slightly more open, clarity in the neck position, the PH1- is it. 
PH 1: Vintage level for neck application, wonderful, rich and full, but not too bloated—and with no hum. 
PH 2: Vintage output bridge, full, rich, and gorgeously, hum-free.
PH 3: With tradition still intact, the PH3 gives more oomph per pick attack, for an elevated level of performance. It’s rippin’ made easy— and quiet.