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Lace 30th Anniversary Gold Sensors Loaded Pickguard
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This Lace 30th Anniversary Gold Sensors Loaded Pickguard consists of a vintage-gold single-ply 11-hole pickguard and a set of limited-edition 24k gol...Read More
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Legendary tone and high-quality components in a simple package.
This Lace 30th Anniversary Gold Sensors Loaded Pickguard consists of a vintage-gold single-ply 11-hole pickguard and a set of limited-edition 24k gold-plated 25th Anniversary Lace Sensors with clear covers, as well as all necessary components. All 30th anniversary pickguards were signed on the back by the Lace brothers.
Prewired with quality components (CTS 250K full-size pots, USA-made switch, NTS Capacitors), it includes matching knobs and selector switch cap. Installation is easy, as these components connect with only two wires.
Lace 25th Anniversary Gold Sensors
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the company Lace Music introduced a premium example of its most famous Lace Sensor technology. This set of three 25th Golds are hand numbered and sonically matched. A clear cover displays the patented Lace Matrix Comb and Radient Field Barriers. All are placed in 24k gold to enhance their design and to enhance your guitar's look and collectibility.
- Gold pickguard
- Three 24k gold-plated 25th Anniversary Lace Sensors with clear covers
- Three 250K pots
- Pickup selector switch made in USA
- NTS capacitors
- 11-hole pickguard
30th Anniversary Gold Sensors Loaded Pickguard
- Resistance: 5.8k
- Peak Frequency: 3600
- Inductance: 2.4 henries
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This is a wonderful sounding setup. Amazing clean tone, sounds great with any amount of gain also!The last reviewer was not fair, he basically doesn't like the on-board tuner - so take it off! :) Or route a battery box on the back of the guitar. Either way, the pickups sound great!!!
1st - the onboard tuner sticks up so high that your trem bar will get stuck on it. 2nd - the cutaway for the bridge will not match any guitar made: this will need to be cut and shaped. 3rd - take a good look at the wiring of the pots: chances are, you were shipped a used one and there will be signs of prior soldering. 4th - the battery placement for the tuner is so obtrusive that you will need to route more space in the pot cavity. 5th - every time the battery goes dead you have to remove the pickguard in order to change the battery. good idea - bad engineering