• The Jazz Bass pickup is made to the specifications of the mid '60s production instruments and is very similar to the pickups I re-wound for Jaco back in the early '80s. The pickup is wound for the right amount...

  • This P-Bass® replica pickup features the look and sound of the '60s tradition. It's perfect for restoring your old instrument and comes with a brass bottom plate to help insure ease of mounting. The coils are balanced for noise...
  • Often called the Tele® Bass, this pickup keeps the traditional look of the '50s and '60s. The slightly stronger Alnico V rod magnets gives the pickup more presence and output. It's a little fatter and fuller-sounding than the '50s...
  • The neck position is wound "top going" and North polarity. The bridge position is wound "top coming" and South polarity. When used in combination with each other the pickups will be hum-canceling. Both pickups have the traditional pole spacing....

  • The two bobbins are reverse wound and reverse polarity to make the pickup humbucking. The pickups are hand fabricated and wound using traditional techniques and use classic "push back" cloth braid hookup wire. Each pickup comes with aged black...

  • Like the originals, I use .625" magnets on the "A" string for better string balance. The two bobbins are reverse wound, reverse polarity to make the pickup humbucking. The pickups are hand fabricated and wound using traditional techniques and...
  • This single coil pickup is a replica of the ones found in the early "Telecaster®" single coil P-Bass®. It has four alnico magnets for the traditional sound. Each coil is wound with plain enamel magnet wire and protected with...