Meet the new GFS '64 Staggers. Put a set of these in your Strat and you'll be blown away by the surfy midrnage power, the crisp, clean high end and the round, warm bottom end!
All GFS 17 Models
These pickups will make you practice because they faithfully reproduce every nuance of your playing.... for good or for bad.
It can go from jazz to pop to classic rock with no problem, and matches well with the distortion.
Classic II's come with a 4 wire cable + shield, and come with a black staggered height pickup ring, four pickup ring screws and our famous illustrated instructions.
Many users online have compared the Crunchy PAT to Gibson's 500T, which I have used more than a few times over the years.
The GFS Crunchy PAT Zebra Humbuckers are high output passive pickups that can sing or growl. These pickups are ready to install as regular humbuckers or for coil-tapping and have great articulation for pickups at this price point.
First off, this is a VERY high output passive pickup. Clearly this pickup isn't for everyone, but if you're looking for just about the most brutal passive humbucker available then this is what you're looking for.
In personal satisfaction it just might be superior due to the $29.95 price tag.
Twin adjustable single coil pickups reside within the Lil Killer. It's wired with four conductors, so just add a push-pull pot and you can instantly go from humbucker to single coil without adding any holes to your prized Strat. You probably will have to slightly open op the cutout on your pickguard to accomodate the Killer's body, but not much. Get the Strat sound with some Fat humbucker "Punch".
Mean 90s have proven to be some of the most popular pickups in the world since their introduction in 2004.
It's alright of a pickup, I would of liked more output so I wouldn't have to push the amp so hard, and a lot more clarity when hitting multiple notes would of been nice.
The overwound coil and the super hot magnets make for a super efficient motor. The Power Rails can hang with even the hottest active pickups!
My overall impression of this pickup set is that it's hard, if not impossible, to beat the value. I've played a few other strat pickup sets, and have yet to be impressed with any like I am with these.
These pickups sound like a deranged love-child of EMGs and Duncan Blackouts. Hard rock, classic and modern metal - these are made for, and they do it well.
These are a standard size Soapbar pickup with a humbucker inside. The bridge P/U output is around 13k and the neck is around 10k.
While you would think of it as a "surf" or rockabilly type pickup, I find it gives a rootsy, swampy "Creedence" vibe which I am liking. It sounds great clean, and handles distortion really well, but with just a little "dirt," this pickup SINGS!!!
The bridge pickup is wound to 11.2k and the neck is 9.4k. They were made specifically to recreate what EVH used back in the day, low output pickup through a high gain amplifier cranked full.