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The Bill Lawrence A-245C, AKA "The Silencer," is a silent soundhole pickup for acoustic guitar. Perfectly...
The L250 is the original Bill Lawrence blade, small humbucker pickup for Strat guitars. This is a noise free...
The T2 is the original Bill Lawrence 'Black-Label' vintage single coil Tele Pickup for the bridge position. It...
The S1 is the original Bill Lawrence 'Black-Label' vintage single coil Strat Pickup for the neck position. It...
The S2 is the original Bill Lawrence 'Black-Label' vintage single coil Strat Pickup for the middle position....
Typically when a student player buys their first guitar, the pickups installed aren't usually given much thought. However, stock pickups are often average at best, and to achieve the tone you most aspire to achieve, an upgrade to your pickups might have to be made. For this, Bill Lawrence guitar pickups have what it takes to give you a tone that will surely take your performance to the next level.
From humbuckers to single coils and even pickups for your acoustic guitar, Bill Lawrence guitar pickups cover a wide range of sounds for different guitar models and playing styles. Constructed with only the finest electronics by experienced industry experts, the superb attention-to-detail and state-of-the-art designs provided by Bill Lawrence guitar pickups are continually championed by guitarists from around the world.
Throughout the Bill Lawrence catalog of guitar pickups, you'll find an extensive selection of choices, many of which are highly rated... including the Bill Lawrence L500R humbucker for the electric guitar. The well-rounded sound provided by this astounding yet affordable pickup makes it ideal for both clean players and those who prefer to use a lot of overdrive. For acoustic players, the Bill Lawrence A245C acoustic guitar soundhole pickup has a reputation for being high in quality and extremely consistent. Easy to install and tremendously functional, this acoustic pickup is recommended for both live and studio use.
These days there is no shortage of pickup choices for various types of guitar models. It's now even possible to add a humbucker style pickup to a guitar that's cut specifically for single coil pickups, and you can do so without even modifying the guitar's body. But whatever you decide upon, just remember that out of all the guitars critical components, the pickups are the most essential aspect to your resulting tone. So, it only makes sense to equip your axe with a pickup that's durable, reliable, and more than worthy of producing your desired tone. In other words, it only makes sense to go with a Bill Lawrence guitar pickup.