#1
I've got a custom build Fender Stratocaster from the Seventies, which has a neck humbucker and a bridge humbucker, with no single coil. I dont have much money, so i want to get some cheap ones for now. Are there any you would reccommen? I want to spend under £65.


EDIT

I have decided to get Irongear Rolling mills, if these will fit my guitar.
Last edited by King Twili at Jul 7, 2008,
#5
you wont be able to get 3 good pickups for less than £65
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#6
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you wont be able to get 3 good pickups for less than £65

Not 3. 2. There are two humbuckers and thats it.
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#7
Quote by jeowy
you wont be able to get 3 good pickups for less than £65


There are only 2 pickups.
#8
i would suggest that you wait and buy better pickups for not that much more money, because, you say that you want cheap ones "for now", but it's not really worth it to put in some crap cheap ones for a 65 pounds then rip them out a year later and have wasted that money. i just think that putting some cheap pickups in a custom made vintage guitar is not doing it justice.
#9
Quote by tona_107
i would suggest that you wait and buy better pickups for not that much more money, because, you say that you want cheap ones "for now", but it's not really worth it to put in some crap cheap ones for a 65 pounds then rip them out a year later and have wasted that money. i just think that putting some cheap pickups in a custom made vintage guitar is not doing it justice.


As long as they last about a year theyll be okay.
#11
Irongear are nice and cheap
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#12
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Irongear are nice and cheap


i've heard good things about them as well...someone made a custom guitar and put them in there on here a while back let me see if i can find the thread.
FOUND IT after ages of looking... https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=845051&highlight=hot+slag
he even has a youtube video so you can check how they sound.
Last edited by tona_107 at Jul 6, 2008,
#13
irongear's probably your only bet for £65... 2 swineys are £100 now, I think. I haven't tried irongear, though. I've heard some decent things, but that's it.
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