Check back each week to see some of the current pickups we are working on.  
Pickup for Mandolin

8.4k ohms
Alnico V rod magnets
Handwound with 43 awg
Fiberboard flatwork
Two conductor cloth hookup wire


T-top for Rickenbacker bass
Bridge Position
8.7k ohms
Handcrafted aluminum baseplate
Alnico V rod magnets
Handwound with 42awg on tall fiberboard bobbin
Two inch string spread
NEW to our bass line up
Blade Bass Humbucker

16.8k ohms
3 13/16" string spread (blade length)
Sixteen 1/4" diameter Alnico V rod
magnets south to strings
Cover is 4 1/2" long x 1 1/2" wide
Wound with 42 awg
Two conductor hook-up leads
Wax potted / Feedback removed
Jsg Damn
after playing it all night I can't believe how much it improve the sound! It add lot of bass and the signal is stronger, the
original signal sound very thin in comparison, and imagine it's already the best pedal steel tone, now it's better than
that!!! I have blend pot like a stringmaster. The bridge is always at 100% and you gradually add the neck pickup. I like
50% neck pickup for E9 to keep a bright tone and 75% on the C6 neck. If I play Hawaiian music I put the neck pickup at
100% to have a very fat tone!!!
Single coil
Stringmaster style
will work in Fender 1000

7.5k ohms
Eight Alnico V slugs
Handwound / Wax potted / Feedback removed
No claw required
Coming soon:

Firebird sized single coil pick-up
Surface Mount  

50mm string spread
1/4" dia Al-5 slugs
6.1k ohms  42 A.W.G
Exterior Dimensions
Width 1- 1/16"
Height 11/16"
Baseplate 3- 7/8" Long      Cover  3"
Aluminum cover
Single conductor braided ground wire
Wax Potted / Feedback Removed