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The 490R, with its neck-spaced pole pieces, is calibrated to match the bridge-spaced 490T for a perfect match....
With enamel-coated wire, special Alnico V magnet, and matched coils, the Gibson Angus Young Signature...
The kind of pickup your mom warned you about!
These Modern Classic pickups feature tonal characteristics similar to the '57 Classic, but deliver a slight...
Classic Patent-Applied-For sound with modern wiring capabilities!
Neck position pickup cover.
A unique combination that provides the best of both worlds the classic Gibson P-90 sound in a traditional...
Powerful multi-ceramic magnet structure enables this monster to cover lots of territory. It can scream or...
Bridge position pick-up cover.
High output ceramic magnet. 4 conductor-shielded wiring.
Founded in 1902, Gibson has always been in a class all their own. Simply put, this is because of the quality of their gear and their constant drive to innovate and differentiate themselves from the competition. It’s safe to say that the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Gibson is guitars, but they are also incredibly well known for their components pieces, especially their guitar pickups. Of course, a good guitar pickup can make all the difference in your sound. Investing in a quality pickup is crucial, especially if you are out gigging or recording your songs in the studio. There is plenty of variety in the world of Gibson guitar pickups, so when you browse through this section, you should have no issue finding exactly when you need.
The first question you should ask yourself when checking out this section is which pickup position are you shopping for? Generally there are three positions for pickups: the bridge, the middle, and the neck. Each plays an important role in shaping your overall sound, and each offers unique characteristics. If you’re in the market for a bridge-position pickup, you may want to start your search with the '57 Classic Plus Pickup. This pickup is built to mimic the classic sounds of late 1950s humbuckers that offered slightly higher output while maintaining their rich tone. Adding these pickups to your guitar will definitely help it pack an extra punch, without changing what makes a Gibson sound so great in the first place. If you’re looking for a neck pickup to perfectly pair with the ’57 Classic for the bridge, you’ll want to check out the '57 Classic Humbucker Neck Pickup. This pickup is sound and wax potted to fight squeal, while maintaining that vintage sound. If you’re keen on reflecting the rich history of the electric guitar, this pickup is definitely right for you.
Maybe you want to recreate the sounds of some of your hard rock heroes? If so, the Tony Iommi Guitar Pickup or the Angus Young Signature Humbucker will probably be right for the job. The Tony Iommi pickup will have you feeling like a real Iron Man thanks to its heavy punch and powerful tones. Likewise, the Angus Young Humbucker will have you ripping through all the dirty deeds your axe can handle. Whether you’re a fan of these guitarists, or just looking for some serious hardware, these pickups are top of the line.
Gibson takes pride in every piece of gear they put their name on. That’s why you can trust that the quality of these pickups is second to none. But of course, talk is cheap, install these pickups on your guitar today and you’ll find out first hand just how great they sound the first time you plug in and play.