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Pronounced mid-range and fat top end with plenty of punchy tone.
Prewired to Kirk's specs.
If you're a serious traditional Strat player, you probably won't want to know about pickups with side-by-side...
Preloaded, preconfigured, and ready to rock.
Hot, bright single-coil sound.
The bright, clean Strat sound without the hum.
Matched and calibrated set of Alnico 5 single-coils yield a bright, punchy vintage tone.
A high output, true single-coil pickup for warm instruments. Perfect for Texas blues rock, classic rock, and...
A raw, distorted rock 'n' roll tone with incredible sustain.
The Sustainer is an electromagnetic system powered by a 9V battery that magnetically vibrates the strings,...
The iBeam Active System combines a patent-pending bridge plate transducer with an all-discrete class "A"...
A smooth, modern sound from guitars with Floyd Rose and similar locking tremolo bridges.
Wound to produce a clear, bright, dynamic sound.
SM-3 A departure in design from both the SM-1 and SM-2, here each coil contains a high-carbon steel blade...
Drop this pre-wired pickguard into your Stratocaster to receive the benefits of a three-ply-thick pickguard...
Tremendous mid-range, bass response, and great harmonics.
Musicians have been using guitar pickups for years to make their instrument sing. From rockin’ riffs to scorching solos, pickups are a great way to amplify the natural sound of your guitar.Depending on what you’re trying to achieve, you can use more than one pickup on your guitar body. Each pickup will produce a distinctive sound influenced by where it is placed. For example, bridge pickups create a bright or trebly timbre, while neck pickups provide a warmer sound with a little more bass. You might even choose to pair multiple pickups together in one area on your guitar to produce additional vibrations. There are a lot of options to consider when purchasing a pickup. If you’re looking for pickups that provide clarity but can handle aggressive play when you take it into overdrive, consider the EMG Zack Wylde 81/85 Humbucker Set. Designed for lead guitarists, the EMG-81 delivers the best sound when the volume is turned way up. You’ll enjoy a long sustain with a smooth breakup fade while the tone stays nice and fat. The 85 maintains a beefy low end and fatter top end that’s ideal for rhythm and blues tunes. For added convenience, the solderless design of these pickups also makes them easy to install.The Dimarzio DP100 Super Distortion Pickup is a great choice if you’re looking to re-create the sounds of classic rock. Add this pickup to your MIM Strat and get ready to enjoy crisp crunch and really good highs, without being razor sharp. Looking to make some real noise? Put two of them in the bridge position on your six string and rock out.Whether you want a thick, rich tone or aspire to make your amp scream when you’re recording, playing live or jamming in the basement, the right guitar pickup can make your music sound even better. With so many options, you’re sure to find one that’s right for you.