the best of all worlds.
Transform your guitar, with 8 screws, and 2 wires.
the heart of a guitar's sound. They are the easiest way to
transform your guitar. Pickups and other components
assembled on the pickguard and wired, a balanced system, for easy
installation with 8 screws and 2 wires.
All of my pickups have large diameter steel
poles, and are taller than the
originals. More iron and
copper gives a "bigger" and "smoother" sound.
I have two types of pickup assemblies, non-tapped (the way it has
been), and tapped (gives 3 pickup voicings). Tapped
coils have been
around forever in general electrical use. When I was
repairing guitars in the 70’s, I was constantly
asked to rewind pickups hotter. But some people wanted to
also keep the bright sound available, tapped coils do that.
Model S is a non-tapped assembly, simple,
familiar. 3 pickups, 5-position switch,
Volume and Tone.
Model TSS53 is a
tapped assembly, has 3
pickup voicings. 3 pickups, 5-position switch, Volume, Tone, and
switch. Also has a T bridge
of an S.
Model TSS3T has 3 3-position tap
switches, one for each pickup.
I think of the taps like
this: The middle tap is “just
right”. I set the amp for this. And, as
we all know, there are always times in music for
“more”, and “less”.
switch. Changes the whole texture and tone.
volume and tone controls are modified for even taper and tone.
tone control affects a
narrower band, that is different on all 3 taps. Gives a good
midrange, without hunting for a
spot. Does all commonly used sounds, and it’s own
New products will
include a T assembly, Guitars, T, S,
Bari, and Bass bodies and necks, and some
amplifier products. A dual compressor, and some multi-channel
amps, all simple and rackmount.
It seems no one has just one guitar anymore, but with this, you could,
"do it all with one guitar"