Geppetto Guitars Introduces the Camelot Humbucker

A vintage-style, scatterwound, humbucker.

Taylor, TX (September 29, 2016) -- Geppetto Guitars is happy to introduce its new humbucker pickup, The Camelot , a vintage-style, scatterwound, humbucker pickup. The Camelot uses all vintage correct parts, with the emphasis on workmanship and superior tone. Each pickup is handmade, one at a time.

Camelot’s are available with a nickel cover, aged-nickel cover or uncovered in either double black, double cream, zebra or reverse zebra. Alnico 2 magnets are standard, but Alnico 3, 4, or 5 are also available. Wax potting is available upon request.

Geppetto Guitars owner, Mike O’Donoghue, worked on the development of the Camelot for over two years before its release. The result is a visually beautiful and audibly stunning finished product, not a work in progress. This is a pickup that will leave both your eyes and your ears happy.

The Camelot pickups, along with all of their other pickups are For sale directly from Geppetto Guitars via telephone (512) 630-8423, online at and at Austin Vintage Guitars, Austin Texas. In Japan Geppetto pickups are available exclusively from Koiz Guitar Japan.

The Camelots are $90 each uncovered / $100 with nickel.

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