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  • I always liked this pickup. I'll never forget a guy named Glenn Schwartz who played in the early James Gang and Pacific Gas & Electric. He had an old Epiphone® Sheraton™ fitted with mini-humbuckers that got such a huge...
  • I remember seeing Stevie Winwood play a Firebird® at a concert back in Cincinnati and it sounded amazing. It was kind of like a cross between a single coil and a humbucker. This pickup is similar to the mini-humbucker,...
  • The mid-'60s Jaguar® was an important part of the surf sound for dozens of Southern California bands and was heard on many TV and movie soundtracks. This replica of the '60s pickup is perfect for restoring your instrument or...
  • The Jazzmaster® pickup was one of my favorite sounds during the '60s. I wore out many phonograph needles listening to groups like The Ventures and players like Roy Lanham who got amazing sounds from the Jazzmaster®. In combination with...
  • I saw my first Mustang guitar on a '60s TV show called Shindig and a guitarist by the name of Jerry Cole doing solos for many guest artists. Soon after that, I had my band members drive me to...

  • Imagine the pickups out of an old '52 gold top or a '59 ES-330. By removing the cover you'll find the same hand-fabricated bobbins, wire and "flatback" tape that was used in the originals. Two specially calibrated Dun-Aged™ Alnico...

  • Imagine the pickups out of an old '52 gold top or a '59 ES-330. By removing the cover you'll find the same hand-fabricated bobbins, wire and "flatback" tape that was used in the originals. Two specially calibrated Dun-Aged™ Alnico...

  • Imagine the pickups out of an old '52 gold top or a '59 ES-330. By removing the cover you'll find the same hand-fabricated bobbins, wire and "flatback" tape that was used in the originals. Two specially calibrated Dun-Aged™ Alnico...
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