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Many guitars have a re-sale value. Some you'll never want to sell.Stockist of Earvana nuts, BKP, Oil City And Monty's pickups. Sperzel, Tonepros, Gotoh and Graphtech too!Expert guitar repairs and upgrades - fretwork our speciality! www.felineguitars.com. Facebook too!
Hi Drew ... The main difference with the ASL range is that I will not be selling direct ... so the retail price will be largely fixed by my authorized dealer/dealers. It's early days ... but contacting Jonathan at Feline re ASL is the way to go. My Oil City range are unaffected, and are still available direct from me ... and includes several higher output pickups. My Scrapyard Dog Plus ... Venom and Viper pickups ... and shortly my new Havoc humbucker @Adam_MD has a pre production pair of those if I remember correctly.I never have been particularly boutique/cork sniffer oriented ... I've spent too many years as a working muso; and as someone who started in punk and then NWOBM ... high gain is my spiritual home :-)
Inspired by late 50s pickups that set the blues rock world alight in the mid to late 60s.Electric Blues that "burst" out the Thames Delta (South London) rather than the Mississippi delta.Yes - it's a classic late 50s PAF and does all that you'd expect of it.
42 gauge plain enamel wire. Alnico 4 magnets. Slight overwind.
Inspired by mid 60s T Top humbuckers. Pure TNT in the hands of certain Young players, creating Thunder from down under.Really it's the sound of the late 60s and early 70s
42gauge wire Alnico5 magnets. Controlled wind.
Riot-Act (Paf 7.3)
Inspired by some of the PAFs from the mid 70s where Alnico 3 was used (Alnico3 has no cobalt in it and cobalt was scarce in the mid-70s as it was used in nuclear warheads)Smooth top end and able to be very clean , but dirties up well with pedals or amp gain.Great as a jazz/blues neck pickup or for those who want to ride the Crazy Train (Randy Rhoads' White LP had this type of pickups in it)
42gauge wire. controlled wind. Alnico3
Tour-84 My pet project - I wanted a slightly raunchy PAF style pickup loaded with an alnico5 magnet, where you had just the right mix of low end authority, but with sparkle on the top end. We used a careful mix of 42 gauge wires to achieve this.It's a great all rounder and has a great clean sound, but is pretty rude with a crunchy amp.It is a pickup that works well with late 70s through early to mid 80s tones. Sounding like it powered bands of that era from small clubs to mega stadium rock - we simply called it the Tour 84.
42 gauge wire. Alnico5 magnet
You probably don't need too much introduction to this one.An overwound hot-rod of a pickup - where the mids are nice and fat, yet the top end and bottom end also stand out.Sounding like a blend of humbucker and single coil for a tone as brown as they come.42 gauge wire Alnico 5 magnet
‘Sid’We took a classic vintage neck humbucker and opened up the mids a little to give a great neck pickup for both chords and single note playing.
42 gauge wire Alnico 4 magnet
An homage to a mid 70s New York powerhouseIt fuelled the late 70s rock scene and the NWOBHM almost couldn't have existed without itMeanwhile New York's finest facepainted arena rockers used it to rock and roll (all night)43 gauge wire. triple ceramic magnets
The Tubesnake lets you boogie all the way from Texas to the Snakepits of Los AngelesSo whether you favour a ten gallon hat or a tophat this pickup will provide the sizzle.On a serious note it's a slightly fat and aggressive PAF with an alnico2 magnet for sweet highs and a buttery low end.The bridge unit can rock out whilst the neck pickup really sings.
42 gauge wire alnico2 magnets
Now that's what a pawn shop mustang should look like!!