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ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack  

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ProLineHumbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack
 
3.4

(based on 12 reviews)

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Dudes, These are vintage spaced covers!

"Vintage" spaced means the neck and bridge are the exact same pole spacing-"Modern" means the bridge pole spaces are a little bit wider, but not...Read complete review

"Vintage" spaced means the neck and bridge are the exact same pole spacing-"Modern" means the bridge pole spaces are a little bit wider, but not as wide as "F" (Floyd) spaced pups. These will fit almost all neck buckers, and many bridge humbuckers. These will not fit "modern" wider spaced bridge pups, much less the F spaced humbuckers. Measure your neck pickup pole spacing. Now see if it has the same pole spacing as your bridge pup. If both are the same-these should work work.

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Don't really fit correctly

I bought them for my epi SG, and soldering them was a real hassle, the solder didn't stay on it at all. I suppose i could have done it wrong, but i guess...Read complete review

I bought them for my epi SG, and soldering them was a real hassle, the solder didn't stay on it at all. I suppose i could have done it wrong, but i guess you don't need to solder it any way. the holes do not line up with any of the screws, it might be spaced for older humbuckers. When ever i have my volume up higher, i get a screeching wail from the pickups that sounds horrible. (again that could have also been my instillation. The value is awesome, and they look really awesome, but i[m going to replace them with the gibson ones.

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3.0

It'll get the job done.

By metalisis

from VA

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        Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

        It's a one size fits all pretty much, It didn't fit my seymour duncans correctly, But I managed to squeeze it on. Do your research before you buy these. These are also chrome plated brass, not nickel, they'll darken your tone. The lack of measurements and info for this pickup cover was also disappointing.

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        For Modern Les Pauls

        By Grif

        from Out West

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            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            Used on 2 Les Paul Classics with standard Gibby Buckers...the Gibson pack won;t work, but these fit perfectly at 1/2 the cost...no soldering, just slip them on!

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            3.0

            Don't really fit correctly

            By M-BK

            from Florida

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            I bought them for my epi SG, and soldering them was a real hassle, the solder didn't stay on it at all. I suppose i could have done it wrong, but i guess you don't need to solder it any way. the holes do not line up with any of the screws, it might be spaced for older humbuckers. When ever i have my volume up higher, i get a screeching wail from the pickups that sounds horrible. (again that could have also been my instillation. The value is awesome, and they look really awesome, but i[m going to replace them with the gibson ones.

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            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Dudes, These are vintage spaced covers!

            By JLO

            from OR

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            "Vintage" spaced means the neck and bridge are the exact same pole spacing-"Modern" means the bridge pole spaces are a little bit wider, but not as wide as "F" (Floyd) spaced pups. These will fit almost all neck buckers, and many bridge humbuckers. These will not fit "modern" wider spaced bridge pups, much less the F spaced humbuckers. Measure your neck pickup pole spacing. Now see if it has the same pole spacing as your bridge pup. If both are the same-these should work work.

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            2.0

            Doesn't fit my Gibson SG

            By Dgenerate

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            I tried to install these into my Gibson SG Faded, and not only wouldn't they fit through the pickguard, but the holes were not spaced correctly for the pickup screws. They look great, but didn't work for squat... bummer!

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            5.0

            Almost perfect

            By Sgcody5

            from Abingdon IL

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            When i bought my Epiphone Special Sg, it had bare uncovered pickups. I didn't want that so i was going to get the Gibson Set until i saw these. These are about 20 bucks cheaper, so i couldn't resist. I went home and put them on. One of them fit perfect, not to big and the holes fit perfectly. the other was close, it wasn't too big and the holes where a litter off but other than that is was fine, no soldering or anything. I don't get what people are saying about these, for the money they are really good.

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            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            For The Real Guitarist

            By Rain

            from Paulden, AZ

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            These are actually great covers, I personally think the other reviewers need to do some more homework. When buying a pickup cover, you mainly matching up the holes in the cover to the rods in your pickup. If the covers too big, try doing the smart thing, good how to put on pickup covers and there are multiple techniques on how to install them correctly to get max preformance and longer durability.

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            4.0

            Not quite a perfect fit

            By MXS

            from Cambridge, MA

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            These ProLine pickup covers fit... almost. When installed on the stock "Duncan Designed" pickups on a Silvertone PSSN 2, it's a snug fit with no soldering really required. However, the holes are spaced too narrowly at the bridge for these pickups.I'm keeping them on for now, as they mostly fit and look nicer than bare pickups.

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            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            NEED TO KNOW!

            By Jhdgsn903-vir.M

            from Cleveland, OH

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            I picked these up at my local guitar store today after I had done my homework. I put them on my Epiphone Les Paul. They don't fit the stock pickups in this guitar. These do fit however the Seymour Duncan I put in the bridge position of the guitar. Not perfect but it fits pretty darn good for just being one size fits all. Epiphone, and probably Gibsons pickups too, are what is more commonly reffered to as F-Spaced. This is Bigger and therefore this cover will not fit it. My standard spaced Seymour Duncan it fits pretty well. The poles dont line up exactly perfect but they do fit through and I can adjust them as much as I like. So, moral of the story. Do your homework. If you have a Gibson or an Epiphone or something F-Spaced, get the Gibson Covers. Anything else and you're probably good with these.

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            1.0

            Not for GIBSON

            By Anonymous

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about ProLine Humbucker Pickup Cover 2-Pack:

            I bought these thinking they would fit on my ES 333 (just like a 335 but stripped down). Got them home and they didn't fit. Holes don't match up with pole pieces and they're just a little too big to fit in the pickup cavity. If you're trying to fit these on your Gibson, AVOID.

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