Lust For Tone Introduces the ‘59 Lustbucker Spirit Humbucker

The pickups include calibrated Alnico rough cast magnets and monotone Butyrate bobbins.

West Palm Beach, FL (April 14, 2014) -- Offering handmade humbucker guitar pickups that deliver vintage tone every blues rock guitarist searches for. Developed and built by working musicians, for even harder working musicians. Every set is tested to guarantee roadworthiness in any setting.

Like everything in our product line up, the ‘59 Lustbucker Spirit pickups are handmade using the finest materials, proprietary scatter-wind coil patterns, and tuned/tested against a vast array of vintage amplification and environment playing settings. Whether it be in the garage, basement, studio, club, or’re guaranteed superior tone and heavy-duty performance every time.


  • Calibrated Alnico rough cast magnets, with enameled #42 magnetic wire
  • Hardwood maple spacers blocks, with monotone Butyrate Bobbins
  • German nickel base plates with choice of Raw, Plated Nickel, or 24kt Gold Plated cover options
  • Highly responsive to pick dynamics with guitar volume and tone controls
  • Sweet low-ends with wonderful note bloom, but without the “Boom!”
  • Superb articulation and touch sensitivity producing clear fat notes across the entire fretboard
  • Excellent pairing with clean or overdriven tube amplification for refined note definition and sustain
  • Incredible harmonic overtones that’ll make you weep with absolutely zero harsh frequencies!
  • All pickups come with a lifetime warranty for the original purchaser

Our ‘59 Lustbucker Spirit Series sets retail for $450.00.

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