`59 PAF Set Pickups Demo by: Vidoja Bozinovic - Ginger
'59 PAF Pickups Demo by: Luka Vukmirovic
These are the most faithful replicas of legendary Gibson’s PAFs from golden ’57-’60 era. All the components are vintage correct – NOS 42AWG plain enamel and AlNiCo II magnets. Pickups are scatterwound by hand, non potted and with mismatched coils just as it was with best PAF originals and it results in that well known and yet not easily attainable PAF tone – dynamic and airy, with recognisable honk, warm but open, clear and defined in bass, big in highs ... All this makes these pickups unlike many others you’ve used during years trying to make the tones of the legends that created r’n’r as we know it – Peter Green, early Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Allman Brothers Band ... these pickups is that last piece of the puzzle you’ve always been missing.
7.4k +/- 0.4k
8.3k +/- 0.4k
4-conductor cable or "push back" cloth braid wire
Crome, Gold, No Cover
Double Black, Zebra
Ginger PAF Set
Enamel wire were the winning combo – vintage set for any style/genre.
Ginger used ’59 set and adopted it for his needs – he wanted a neck pickup that we’ll sing under crunch and drive but at the same time to be as clean as possible but still like a PAF and also a bridge pickup open and full as a ’59 but a bit more hot. Slightly underwound ’59 neck with AlNiCo II and slightly overwound ’59 bridge with AlNiCo IV magnet, non potted coils with 42 AWG Plain Enamel wire were the winning combo – vintage set for any style/genre.
7.0k +/- 0.4k
8.5k +/- 0.4k
FAT BOY (bridge pickup)
Fat Boy Bridge Pickup Demo by: Nenad Bojkovic - Nesa (Somebody Get Me A Doctor - Van Halen)
So, is it Seymour Duncan JB or DiMarzio Super Distortion? And the answer is – BOTH. And that is FAT BOY humbucker. Both agressive & massive tone with heavy gain for lead or huge riff attack that is still crystall clear – it is done with this ceramic magnet and hot overwound with NOS 43 AWG plain enamel wire on PAF platform. This is the ultimate heavy bridge humbucker.