Bogner Amplification has partnered with renown and highly respected Arcane Pickups for their exclusive line of vintage PAF-style humbuckers.

North Hollywood, CA (November 3, 2014) -- Bogner Guitar Pickups - its time has come!!! Bogner Amplification has partnered with renown and highly respected Arcane Pickups for their exclusive line of vintage PAF-style humbuckers. Bogner, has been creating inspiring sonic designs for 25 years, and understands that everything in your signal chain is critical to your creativity.

Designed by Bogner and built by Arcane in Los Angeles, each pickup is wound on a vintage machine and features the finest quality components. These pickups deliver clear, balanced and sweet cleans. It’ll be instantly evident you’ll hear and feel dynamic, articulate and harmonically rich overdriven tones that don’t get in the way of your guitars tonality and playing style.

Specs:

  • Bridge; Alnico II at 8.5k output
  • Neck; Alnico III at 7.9k output
  • Traditional or F Spacing
  • 1 or 4 conductor wiring
  • Bogner "B" etched into the cover
  • Uncovered or available as distressed, raw or polished Nickel cover
  • Individually hand-stamped serial number

The Bogner vintage PAF style humbucker will only be sold online direct from Bogner. Retail prices range from $144 to $169, depending on the pickup cover option.

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