A slight mismatch between the scatterwound coils makes for an airy, chimey top end, with a rounder midrange than the typical PAF-style pickup, and a tight bass response, courtesy of the Alnico IV magnet. Wound with polyurethane-coated 42AWG magnet wire, for a vintage voice with a modern clarity. The bridge position roars with enough cut for any mix, while the neck can deliver heavenly clean tones as well as violin-like sustain on overdriven solos. The perfect pickup for any style of rock, with enough personality to be useful for anything from jazz to super-shred heavy metal.
This is the be all, end all pickup for players who want the abrasiveness of an active, but the dynamics of a passive. Ceramic magnets and rail-type polepieces make for an attack like an icepick, and the modestly wound 42AWG magnet wire mixes in the full mids and stop-on-a-dime bass response. Perfect for thrash and death metal, but the Baphomet actually excels in any rock application where power and clarity are desired.
Our take on the classic aftermarket, “hot rodded” pickup, with a slightly dialed down output for just the right mix of clarity and power. Slightly mismatched coils scatterwound with 43AWG magnet wire and an Alnico V magnet make for a nice sparkle on top of juicy midrange and a chunky bottom end punch. Soaring leads, raunchy rhythms, and presence in any mix characterize this amazing pickup. Great for any style of metal, rock, or fusion, but versatile enough to be utilized in any style of music.
One of the hottest pickups on the planet! Like an avalanche obliterating all in its path, this pickup is an uncompromising force of nature. The Bigfoot boasts an almost unnecessary amount of power, and is not for the faint of heart! 24K ohms resistance with 43AWG magnet wire will make your guitar ooze with syrupy midrange, while the Alnico VIII magnet drops an atomic bomb of treble and bass to balance it out. For guitarists looking to absolutely crush the input of their preamp and melt faces, and marinate in extraterrestrial overtones and harmonic bliss. To quote Yngwie Malmsteen, “How can less be more? Only more is more!”