Strat® 54 replica set (neck + middle+ bridge) custom


Strat® set with 1954 specs. Very "organic" cleans with tones of harmonics. Specially suggested for "Surf" or instrumental music. Also my favourite for play Indie-SHoegaze. 5-10 days manufacture time.

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Strat® pickup set with 54 specs (54-56). The sound that this pickups mades have thicker bass in the E, A and D strings and "crystalline" highs in the G, B and e.  This set wil give to your guitar a great harmonic richness and a very "organic" sound, in clean or gain settings.

- Hand-Wound by Jess loureiro.

- Wax-potted in paraffin/beeswax mix.

- Vintage cloth lead wires.

- Black vulcanized fiber (bobbins).

- "Calibrated" alnico 3 magnets.

- "Heavy Formvar" copper wire.

- Middle pickup RW/RP (hum-cancelling in the 2 and 4 positions).

The woods that match better with this set is swamp ash for the body and maple/maple for the neck. A tweed style amp with alnico speakers is the best configuration to get the besto tones for these pickups.

All the Strat® replica sets have several options:

- Magnets  (impotant for the string volume compensation): vintage (same height D and G magnets), modern (G magnet lower than D), flat (all magnets same height), reverse vintage (lefty vintage), modern vintage (lefty modern).

- Output: I suggest 6.0 k (neck)/ 6.3 k (middle) / 9.4 k (bridge), if you want another just fill the "product customization" box. 

- Baseplate: Add a metal baseplate to the bridge pickup to get boost the signal and obtain that telecaster® bridge sound. Yes or No.

For more info about the custom options take a look:

Including screws and tubing to mount.   

If you have any doubts just email me

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