#1
so i was at a shop today playing the awesome Austin im going to buy in a few days...and im at the cash talking to the lady and looking at the pups and stuff in the cabinet...and i see one that says "Lace" on it...and at first i thought "lace?, what a gay pickup brand name." then i realized that its a Lace Sensor...but i dont know waht it does?...what are they for?
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#3
They're a brand of pickups. They're mainly known for noiseless single coils (they're just well shielded so no noise is picked up by them)

http://www.agi-lace.com/

I think they came stock on earl 90s Fenders
#4
Doesnt Clapton use lace sensors?
My Gear :

Guitar:
Squier '51 (Dimarzio PAF Pro) (10-52s)
Roland Cube 15
Behringer X-V-Amp
Digitech Bad Monkey
BOSS DS-1 (modded)

Bass:
Yamaha RBX270 (55-110s)
Behringer BXL900
EHX Bass Balls Pedal
EHX Big Muff Pi Pedal
#6
I think they are better than "normal" sinlge coils because of the more punchy sound and the fact that there's no noise.
#8
They have a special system that has absolutely no hum and no magnetic pull i think.
My Gear :

Guitar:
Squier '51 (Dimarzio PAF Pro) (10-52s)
Roland Cube 15
Behringer X-V-Amp
Digitech Bad Monkey
BOSS DS-1 (modded)

Bass:
Yamaha RBX270 (55-110s)
Behringer BXL900
EHX Bass Balls Pedal
EHX Big Muff Pi Pedal