• 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...

  • These pickups were pulled out of many lap steels and converted into lead pickups for Tele®. The pickups have a rectangular vulcanized bottom plate and mounted into the body of the instrument using two wood screws. Each bobbin is...

  • I've always liked pickups on a Duo-Sonic® because of their clarity and smooth tone. The neck pickups are wound "top going" with a North magnetic polarity. The bridge pickups are wound "top coming" with a South magnetic polarity. When...
  • This single coil mandolin pickup is recreated to fit into early solid body mandolins. The coil is wound "top coming" and South polarity like the original. The replacement mandolin pickup comes with mounting screws, schematic, and is wax-potted. Hookup...

  • Originally developed for Johnny Farina of "Santo & Johnny," the pickup for Stringmaster® is wound for that distinct lap steel sound. The front-side position is wound "top going" and North polarity. The rear-side position is wound "top coming" and...

  • Vintage correct single-coil Lipstick Tube pickup. Recommended for country, pop, surf, blues, jazz and classic rock.
  • Authentic P-90 sound in a humbucker retrofit size pickup. Recommended for country, jazz, blues, rockabilly, classic rock and heavy rock.