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Old 01-16-2013, 07:31 PM   #21
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I understand your point, and that's good information that I didn't know, but wouldn't it depend on the quality requirements of the contracting company?

Yes to a point, but I'd bet that they use the same wire magnets and bobbins and just adjust the number of winds for the pickups. They are making a bunch of pickups for a bunch of diffrent companys
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:49 PM   #22
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I've also been doing a little research on GFS pickups, for my strat.

I've heard arguments for both sides.

In the end, I figured, what the hell, it'll cost me $55 for a set of lil' killers, they cant be that bad. I'm planning on putting them in my 85' MIJ superstrat.

I'll be able to give you some more help in 1-2 weeks when mine arrive


You stole my idea.



I made the mistake of ordering 250k pots, GFS recommends 500k's with these pickups so I'm waiting on 500k CTS pots now. Hopefully I'll have this guy up and rocking by this weekend.
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