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Lollar Stratocaster Pickups | Special Sixty-Four - Set Of 3 - Flat-Pole - Parchment Cover
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Lollar Stratocaster Pickups | Special Sixty-Four - Set Of 3 - Flat-Pole - Parchment Cover

Avg. DC: Sixty-Four Neck 6.4K, Sixty-Four Middle 6.5K, Special S Bridge 7.6K

Some of the most iconic and recognizable electric guitar tones have come from Strat players: Hendrix, Gilmour, Raitt, Beck, Vaughn, and Knopfler, to name a few. Lollar's Strat series pickups are directly inspired by the tones of great musicians like these.

Jason Lollar studied many vintage Strat pickups from different eras before designing theirs. It soon became clear to him that not all the vintage pickups he studied were created equal; some, but not all, were exceptional.

In developing Lollar's Strat pickups, he has captured the best tonal qualities of those exceptional examples he studied, all while ensuring they are built consistently and, of course, with the best materials available. Whether you're chasing the tone of a particular era of Strat sound, or want to create your very own, chances are there's a Lollar Strat series pickup that can help you achieve it.

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This is one of Lollar's most popular Strat sets. It includes their Sixty-Four Strat pickups for neck and middle positions, with their Special S series pickup for the bridge. The Sixty-Four pickups are one of their most versatile, delivering prominent midrange and clear top end with a piano-like attack; the slightly higher output Lollar Special S bridge is just a bit warmer and more full-bodied than their other Strat-style bridge pickups.

Jason Lollar's fascination with guitar tones can be traced back to the sound of early-'60s (pre-CBS) Strats. That was the benchmark he aimed for when creating Lollar's Sixty-Four Strat pickup. When you hear them, we think you'll agree he hit the mark!

Their Special S pickup offers a higher output Strat pickup with more drive to break up your amp faster and harder. You'll get more sustain and compression out of your amp as well as fuller midrange and less glassiness overall.

As their names suggest, flat-pole pickups have all of the individual pole pieces set at the same height, whereas with staggered-pole pickups the pole pieces are set at different heights. Staggered-pole pickups were originally created to compensate for heavier string gauges - particulary wound 3rd strings.

We typically recommend flat poles rather than staggered. In most cases, flat-pole pickups will give you better string balance, as well as a little more presence, bass and output.

Another important point is that staggered-pole pickups are not intended to match the radius of the fingerboard. Staggered-pole pickups can work well with very heavy gauge strings or sets with a wound 3rd string, but for the majority of players, flat pole pickups will be a better fit.

Avg. DC: Sixty-Four Neck 6.4K, Sixty-Four Middle 6.5K, Special S Bridge 7.6K

 
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