Delaney "Everest" Humbuckers
The Delaney "Everest" pickups have a great dynamic range and versatility for a lot of different styles with a vintage foundation. They are very responsive to how you play. These pickups are the pinnacle of humbucker tone!
The Everest humbucker set has short Alnico 5 magnets still staying within a reasonable output range. Bridge pickup (approx. 8.5K ohms) and neck pickup (approx. 7.7K ohms). The shorter A5 magnets will provide a great vintage tone along with longer sustain and more punch. The Everests are assembled with vintage #42 gauge plain enamel wire, maple spacer blocks, steel base plates, and 4 conductor lead wires. They come with your choice of nickel, black, chrome, raw nickel or zebra finishes.
Delaney "Denali" Single Coil Set
The Delaney "Denali" pickups are a vintage/modern combination that offers a variety of different tones with a vintage foundation. They are very responsive to how you play. These pickups are the best of both worlds!
The Denali single coil set has Alnico 5 magnets and vintage cloth wire. Bridge pickup (approx. 7.7K ohms) and has a steel baseplate, middle pickup (approx. 5.9K ohms) and neck pickup (approx. 5.6K ohms). They come with your choice of black, white, cream, aged white, parchment, or mint green covers.
Delaney "Arapahoe" Single Coil Set
The Delaney "Arapahoe" pickups are the vision of Mike Delaney and brought to life by Delaney Guitars' partner Porter Pickups.
The Arapahoe single coil neck pickup (approx. 5.6K ohms) has Alnico 5 magnets and vintage cloth wire. It is basically a 60's Strat neck pickup in a Tele pickup size. It comes with an open or closed cover in your choice of chrome, aged chrome, nickel, and raw nickel.
The bridge pickup (approx. 8K ohms) has a steel baseplate and Alnico 2 magnets. It's slightly overwound, and the baseplate helps round out the sound.
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