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Adrian posted this on Facebook, sharp prices for hand made pickups!

https://mrglynspickups.com/2020/04/25/price-list/
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Has anyone tried these yet?

I’m thinking about grabbing the Tui’s with a Blue Sky humbucker.

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Glynn is a good guy and he's been rewinding for at least 20 years, I would think anything he puts his name on is going to be awesome :)
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Well it is a great time to support local so I have a set of these on the way. Couple of Tui singles with a Blue sky bridge.
As you said Glynn was incredible to deal with.

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Awesome, let us know what you think of them.
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Got a Tui set on the way for my strat. Thought about going Lollar/BKP/SD or similar but would prefer to support a local and I'm sure Glyn will have these dialled in pretty good.
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Kinda thinking a Black Sand P90 would be pretty sweet in the neck of my Semi Hollow
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i queried if he can make his hb's unpotted, but he suggested not to do it i.e. just lighlty pot instead...i went with another maker this time but will surely consider him if i will need pickups in the future.
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I’ve got some. They are great (SSS set). He’s making me a HSS set at present

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Kiwiaxe wrote:I’ve got some. They are great (SSS set). He’s making me a HSS set at present
Oooh which ones did you get? and how do they stack up against something like fender custom shop 69s or bare knuckles etc??
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Kiwiaxe wrote:I’ve got some. They are great (SSS set). He’s making me a HSS set at present
I'm quite keen to try HSS. What's the set you're getting?

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According to the creator I have a set of Tuis, which I have in a James Tyler Strat. I’m apparently getting a Blue Sky hb with some Bellbirds

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Mine Have arrived and look amazing.
Now I need to find something to make a pickguard out of and we're away!

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Oh those look rather nice. I ordered the HB in black; wonder if I should reconsider! Going into a black Strat with tortoise pickguard

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I follow Glynn on Instagram. He "wonders about some of this push fit wiring he sees these days".

Not too sure who he could be talking about there :wtf:

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