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Re: Replacement Pick Ups

Postby LMark » Mon Oct 11, 2010 5:26 am

Billy Anderson wrote:I don't know anything about the picker's chat but I would like to hear them. Any way you could post on the Audio or Video sections of the 'Board? Thanks. Billy


Billy, I finally got around to recording a few licks on these pups. Check the audio page: http://www.misterguitar.us/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=252

Best,

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Re: Replacement Pick Ups

Postby tyguy » Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:57 pm

Mike Nye wrote:I bought a case of Ibanez Super 70 Humbucking Kits w/wiring & pots back in the mid 70's when we sold Ibanez copies, because copies were all they made back then. These pick-ups to this day are some of the highest output that I've ever seen at 550mV RMS, with a sweet tone to boot . . .
550mv is about average.David Thunderfunk the amp builder in Nashville measured a '59 335 PAF that put out a volt(presumably RMS?) and could drive the power amp by itself with no preamp!Those Ibanez pups were some of the "best" ever made.Period!The Yamahas(in the SG 2000 series)were excellent also and were very dynamic(touch sensitive).You're lucky you got 'em. The Best, Ty M.
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