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Custom Custom(TM): It's a good choice for players who need a traditional vintage tone with increased output.
Have you ever wondered what a Fifties humbucker sounded like when it was new, before the magnet weakened and...
Designed to impart all of the warm, smooth tone of an old 1959 Patent-Applied-For humbucker.<br />
Faithful replicas of the great sounding "patent applied for" humbuckers of the '50s.
Tremendous power and raw distorted rock sounds.
With enamel-coated wire, special Alnico V magnet, and matched coils, the Gibson Angus Young Signature...
Direct drop-in replacement for Fender standard 11- hole pickguards.
Great for surf, country, blues, and classic rock.
John Petrucci has been pushing the envelope of progressive metal since the late eighties, and the new DiMarzio...
The Chopper T is the louder, punchier brother of the Fast Track T. More power is concentrated in the mids and...
Particularly suited for today's modern country and rock styles at the bridge with vintage character with...
Draws upon the steely, yet woody-sounding tonality of several pickups from the early '60s in a modern version...
Extremely versatile set — everything from vintage to heavy tones.
Fat and warm, yet not muddy. It's hot, but not distorted. It's even got cool harmonics. The patent-applied-for...
The legendary Joe Barden pickup, originally designed for and used by Danny Gatton, exhibits Classic Tele...
Sounds like a 60's Tele without the 60-cycle hum.
A quiet, stacked humbucker with an overwound, hot vintage sound.
The longer you play guitar the more you begin to understand how each of the instrument's components work. For this reason, many experienced guitar player's get into the hobby of guitar customization. If you love your axe but feel like it could use an upgrade in the pickup department, then you've certainly come to the right place.Before choosing a pickup, it's important to ask yourself a few questions: What kind of music do you play? Do you have a favorite player in mind that has a tone you'd like to replicate? Since various pickups sound different from one another, these are all things to consider. For example, humbuckers generally produce a warmer and heavier tone, which makes them great for playing heavy metal. On the other hand, single coil pickups have a brighter and trebly tone that's typically preferred by instrumental surf guitarists. So regardless of your playing style and musical tastes, you'll have no problem finding the perfect guitar pickup here in this section.For a highly rated humbucker, the Gibson '57 Classic Humbucker neck pickup is a reproduction of the original Gibson Humbucker from the late 1950's. Versatile and easy to install, achieving a vintage Gibson tone is easy when you're equipped with this incredible pickup. When it comes to single-coil pickups, the Seymour Duncan STK-S4m Classic Stack middle pickup is a top seller. Featuring a patent-applied design to get rid of hum while still preserving a traditional single-coil tone, this pickup is greatly recommended for players of country, rockabilly, ska and pop music.Your guitar consists of many significant aspects that determine how it will play and how it will sound, and although they may appear small in size, your guitar's pickups are one of the most crucial aspects in the resulting tone of your instrument. From Gibson and EMG to Fishman and Seymour Duncan, this section consists of the most popular brands, so when you're ready to make an upgrade, you don't need to look any further.
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