Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Strat pickup, chrome

Strat pickup, chrome

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Strat pickup, black

Strat pickup, black

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Strat pickup, gold

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Tele neck-position, chrome

Tele neck-position, chrome

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Tele neck-position, black

Tele neck-position, black

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups Tele neck-position, gold

Tele neck-position, gold

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Metal Mounting Rings for Single-coil Pickups

These rings give you a good looking way to mount single-coils without using a pickguard.

A handsome way to mount single-coil pickups in a solidbody guitar. They look great on a fine wood natural-finish body!

Each 4" x 1-5/16" x 3/32" ring is machined from flat brass. Mounting screws are included.

Purchase pickup height screws separately.


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4.0

Nice clean look

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Just the item to use if you don't want to cover your figured top with a pickguard. As mentioned in other reviews, due to the hole spacing there's not much room for error when cutting the pup cavities. For pickup height screws, use Tele-Bridge screws - the Tele screw head will not hit the pickup.

5.0

Fits Telecaster perfectly

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I used one of these on a recent telecaster build with highly figured wood. I didn't want to hide the awesome wood with a pick guard and this worked perfectly and fit perfectly with a standard Tele neck pickup.

4.0

Excellent alternative to plastic

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I've been using these pickup rings on our guitars for a while now. I've had no issues with fit using Seymour Duncan or Amalfitano pickups. We love using these as an alternative to plastic rings and will continue to use them when requested.

3.0

dimensions not well thought out

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I have used these on several strats, but have just had to accept the fact that you have to leave the pickups bare, with NO COVERS. The pickup mounting screw hole is so close to the center that the mounting screw head actually gouges into the plastic cover. (look at their pic- it's right at the edge of the opening, and you know how big the head is on a strat pickup screw)



Come to think of it, the holes aren't well spaced for use with pickups made from stewmac's single coil kit either. The holes on the pickup are spaced farther apart than the holes on this mounting ring, and they do not line up, so your screws end up pointing outward in order to thread in. these would be great if they'd move those screw holes out a little bit. That would solve both the problems I have had with them.

4.0

Nice look and solid metal material

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I have used these mounting rings on three Strat builds (rear rout). They aligned well with Seymour Duncan single coil pups and the single coil sized humbuckers. Check your pup cavity and ensure that the outside (left/right) dimensions will leave you enough wood for the mounting holes. Its a tight fit and no room for error. I actually used the mounting ring itself as a template before routing the cavities.

2.0

Look nice but cant use them

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The mounting holes are off cannot use these rings on my strat, The mounting holes that mount the ring to the guitar body need to be farther apart.

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