1. Vintage Guitar Humbuckers For Blues And Rock

    Vintage Guitar Humbuckers For Blues And Rock
    Installing a set of replacement pickups is a great way to alter your instrument's tone so that it better reflects your own personal taste and style. While most of today's stock pickups tend to offer superb construction and high quality tone, there's nothing wrong with wanting something a little different! Today, we want to take a look at a few quality humbuckers that specialize in recreating vintage dual-coil tones that pair perfectly with the signature sound of blues and rock.  Continue reading →
  2. Fender Custom Shop Fat '50s Strat Pickups Review

    Fender Custom Shop Fat '50s Strat Pickups Review
    Signature '50s Fender tone with a bit more bite! Today we're looking at Fender’s Custom Shop Fat ‘50s Stratocaster Pickups to get a better insight on what these babies can bring to the table. If you’re not familiar with the sound of the original ‘50s Strat pups, that’s okay – we’ll try to detail you on the important aspects. First...
  3. Fender American Vintage '63 Precision Bass Review

    Fender American Vintage Precision Bass available @ $1,899.99 Although the original Precision bass was a fantastic design in itself, it took a few trips back to the drawing board before Fender finally made it into the classic instrument it is today. By the third design revision of the 1950s it was pretty much there, but in the latter months before...
  4. Check Out Squier By Fender's New Vintage Modified Models

    Squier by Fender is proud to welcome 15 new models to the Vintage Modified family. From upgrades to fretless basses, to left-handed models and Fender’s classic Vintage Modified Bass VI, Squier’s arsenal of new products offers something for everyone. New and upgraded models include: Vintage Modified Cabronita Telecaster. The Squier Vintage Modified Cabronita Telecaster rocks a welcome shot of high-powered...
  5. Guitar Pickups 101 Series: Part 4 - Choosing the Right Pickups

    Choosing the Right Pickups Welcome to the fourth installment of our Guitar Pickups 101 Series. In Part 1 we talked about the basics of what a pickup is and how they work. Part 2 we moved on to discussing pickup output and how it affects your sound. In Part 3 we looked at pickup location and the distinctions between single...

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