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Stratocaster Style Replacement Pickups

Posted in Tyler's Products on 06/09/2010 by LRS

Leo Fender’s Stratocaster has defined the sound of Blues, Rock ‘n Roll, Country and Surf  since it’s introduction in 1954.  My Strat replacement pickups are true hand wound reproductions and can be fully customized to your taste.  Magnets can be staggered standard, with a tall G, all flat with a raised D (for necks with a flatter than 10″ radius) or left handed like Jimi.  There are three outputs to choose from.

STANDARDpickups can be wound from 5.75 K to 6.7 K using 42 AWG Heavy Formvar wire.

OVERWOUNDpickups can be wound from 6.1 K to 7 K using 42 AWG Single Poly Nylon wire.

EXTRA HOTpickups can be wound from 8 K to 10 K using 43 AWG Plain Enamel wire.

AlNiCo V or AlNiCo II magnets or 1/2 & 1/2 (AlNiCo II on the E, A, and G strings, AlNiCo V on the D, B, and E strings.   This will brighten the sound of a Strat that has dark and dull sounding wound strings).

– LATE 60’s GREY BOTTOM STRAT  REPROS-

Grey bottom strat pickups typically have AlNiCo V magnets, are wound with 42 AWG Plain Enamel wire to 5.75 K neck, 5.75 K mid, and 6.3 K bridge, but can be customized to your specs.  AlNiCo II magnets, different wire, or different output levels are available upon request.

– All sets come with a Reversed Wound/Reversed Polarity middle pickup unless other wise suggested.

– Covers are included.  Choose from white, black, mint green or antique white.

€  95     each

– €  275  per set

€  20    bass plate  

A bass plate can be added to strat bridge pickups.  This gives the pickups 10% more bass without affecting the mids or highs.   This will give a strat bridge some telecaster bridge pickup character.

** all ohm readings are an approximate

** all pickups are wax potted to prevent microphonics

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Stratocaster, Strat, Telecaster, Tele, Jazz Bass and P-Bass are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments.

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Telecaster Style Replacement Pickups

Posted in Tyler's Products on 06/09/2010 by LRS

The Fender Telecaster was the first true production solid body electric guitar.   A Tele is the first choice of country players the world over, and in the right hands can handle blues, rockabilly, rock n’ roll and even jazz.  My Tele replacement pickups are true hand wound reproductions and can be fully customized to your taste.  There are three outputs to choose from.

-TELECASTER BRIDGE PICKUPS-

STANDARD- pickups can be wound from 6.75 K to 7.5 K using 42 AWG  Plain Enamel wire.

OVERWOUND- pickups can be wound from 7.5 K to 8.5 K using 42 AWG Single Poly Nylon wire.

EXTRA HOT- pickups can be wound from 9 K to 10 K using 43 AWG Plain Enamel wire.

AlNiCo V or AlNiCo II magnets or 1/2 & 1/2 (AlNiCo II on the E, A, and G strings, AlNiCo V on the D, B, and E strings.   This will brighten the sound of a Tele that has dark and dull sounding wound strings).

-Magnets can be staggered standard, all flat (broadcaster), or all flat with a raised D (for necks with a flatter than 10″ radius).

TELECASTER NECK PICKUPS-

-STANDARD- neck pickups come with a nickel silver cover and are wound to 7 K using 43 AWG plain enamel wire.

-Magnets can be staggered all flat or with an extended D (extends out of the bottom, for necks with a flatter than 10″ radius).

-OVERWOUND- neck pickups can be wound to 7.5 K using 43 AWG plain enamel wire (dark brown in color) and comes with NO COVER.  This pickup is wrapped in black satin tape.

-Magnets can be staggered all flat, or all flat with a raised D (for necks with a flatter than 10″ radius).

-EXTRA HOT neck pickups can be wound to 8 K using 43 AWG plain enamel wire (dark brown in color) and comes with NO COVER.  This pickup is wrapped in black satin tape.

AlNiCo V or AlNiCo II magnets or 1/2 & 1/2 (AlNiCo II on the E, A, and G strings, AlNiCo V on the D, B, and E strings.   This will brighten the sound of a Tele that has dark and dull sounding wound strings).

– All neck pickups are Reversed Wound/Reversed Polarity for hum cancelling operation when used together with the bridge pickup.

€ 100    each

– € 185  per set

** all ohm readings are an approximate

** all pickups are wax potted to prevent microphonics

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Stratocaster, Strat, Telecaster, Tele, Jazz Bass and P-Bass are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments.

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Jazz Bass Replacement Pickups

Posted in Tyler's Products on 06/09/2010 by LRS
The Jazz Bass has been a classic since it’s inception.  Warm and clear, it has been heard on hundreds of well known recordings, and the choice of the most respected players in the world.   I make two models of J Bass pickups, a 50’s style using AlNiCo V magnets and 42 AWG Heavy Formvar and  black vulcanized fiber board, and a 60’s style using AlNiCo V magnets, 42 AWG Plain Enamel wire and grey vulcanized fiber board.  Both styles can be overwound using 42 AWG Single Poly Nylon wire.

– € 100 each

– € 185 per set

**  All pickups are wax potted to prevent microphonics.

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P-Bass Replacement Pickups

Posted in Tyler's Products on 11/08/2010 by LRS

P-Bass Replacement PickupsThe P-Bass has defined the sound of electric bass since it’s invention.  Loud, clear and a very even response will make sure you are heard and felt when you’re laying it down in the rhythm section.  My P-Bass replicas use AlNiCo V magnets, 42 AWG Heavy Formvar wire, and are wound to vintage specs, 11 K.

– €  150  per set

** all ohm readings are an approximate

** all pickups are wax potted to prevent microphonics

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Rewinds

Posted in Tyler's Products on 11/08/2010 by LRS

I offer a very competent rewinding service for old and new single coil pickups.  Got some dead Strats, Teles, J- Bass or P-Bass pickups lying around?  Regardless of brand or age, Send them to me and I’ll return them to you sounding and looking better than before.   Tell me if you want them wound stock, a little hotter, or a little cleaner.

– € 60 per coil

** all rewinds are wax potted to prevent microphonics

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