Alumitone Pickups Installed!

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I like the look, although they are smaller than a regular humbucker on the width edges (I put in some foam to hide the pup cavity). I replaced my original 57's with Wagners Crossroads and now the Alumitones. These are dead quiet and have a greater tone bandwidth, so clearer harmonic top end and great bottom without sounding muddy.

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mikeystool

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ive never seen those installed, ive always just seen them in the adds..they dont look that bad..i didnt think they would look good...i enjoy my lace sensors in my strat, glad these are working for ya..
 

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I was wondering how those sounded. Do they have enough "guts" for overdriven sounds?
 

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this thread needs a vid clip!!! I'f love to hear how they sound in real life.
 

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[quote author=oldrockfan link=topic=19324.msg233918#msg233918 date=1244566483]
this thread needs a vid clip!!! I'f love to hear how they sound in real life.
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+1

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[quote author=oldrockfan link=topic=19324.msg233918#msg233918 date=1244566483]
this thread needs a vid clip!!! I'f love to hear how they sound in real life.
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i'm curious too, sure they look good
 


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