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Bare Knuckle Boot Camp Brute Force | 50mm Humbucker Pickup Set
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Bare Knuckle Boot Camp Brute Force | 50mm Humbucker Pickup Set

Bare Knuckle's Boot Camp range is made up of four pickup types (Humbucker, Strat, Tele and P90) offered in three outputs (low, medium and high). Bare Knuckle have taken any intimidation out of the equation by choosing the core options for you. This brings them in at a cheaper price even though the pickups are still handwound by Bare Knuckle and come with a lifetime warranty.

The Brute Force pickups are the high output offerings in the Boot Camp range and thanks to their hand-wound ceramic (Humbucker and P90) or Alnico V (Strat and Tele) magnets they produce a deep, saturated tone. This makes them great for prog, death metal, thrash, hardcore and other extreme styles.

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Bare Knuckle's Boot Camp range is made up of four pickup types (Humbucker, Strat, Tele and P90) offered in three outputs (low, medium and high). Bare Knuckle have taken any intimidation out of the equation by choosing the core options for you. This brings them in at a cheaper price even though the pickups are still handwound by Bare Knuckle and come with a lifetime warranty.

The Brute Force pickups are the high output offerings in the Boot Camp range and thanks to their hand-wound ceramic (Humbucker and P90) or Alnico V (Strat and Tele) magnets they produce a deep, saturated tone. This makes them great for prog, death metal, thrash, hardcore and other extreme styles.

This particular pickup range comes as standard with 4 conductor wiring, short leg baseplates and tri-lab mounting feet. They are suitable for any guitar that would benefit from high output humbuckers with deep saturated driven tones and fatter, controlled highs - including solid, semi and hollow bodied guitars.

Four conductor hook-up allows advanced wiring options such as series/parallel, in/out of phase and coil splitting. We generally recommend four conductor wiring for all humbuckers, unless a vintage-accurate wiring setup is required, as four conductor wiring offers greater flexibility for multiple different switching setups, compatibility with other types and brands of pickup, future mods and upgrades and switching pickups between different guitars.

"Spacing" refers to the distance from E pole to E pole on the bridge pickup of a humbucker equipped guitar. Standard spacing, usual with fixed Gibson style bridges, is 50mm (it's actually 49.4mm on BKPs as per the original Gibson PAF but is rounded up to 50mm in the industry). Wide or F (Fender) spacing is typical of tremolo equipped guitars and is 53mm as per original Fender spacing. The majority of Gibson guitars are standard spaced, although they have occasionally used a wide spaced bridge on some SG and Flying V series. PRS, despite fitting standard spaced humbuckers as stock, are actually wide spaced on their tremolo equipped guitars. Neck pickups are always standard spacing. If in doubt, take a measurement of your overall string spacing directly above the pickup (rather than measuring the original pickups themselves) and go for the closest option.

Whilst the original Gibson PAF routed guitars had a generous pickup cavity, the shorter 1/4" long humbucker mounting leg allows it to be suitable for both shallow and deeper pickup cavities.

The bridge pickup has a DC resistance of 15.1 kiloohm and the neck 13.4 kiloohm.

 
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