Lust For Tone Unveils the '61 Lustbucker

The '61 Lustbucker features Alnico V magnets and Monotone Butyrate bobbins.

West Palm Beach, FL (May 20, 2014) -- Lust for Tone presents their ‘61 Lustbucker Spirit Series guitar pickups. Handmade in the U.S.A. using the finest materials, proprietary scatter-wind coil patterns, and tested against a vast array of vintage amplification and playing environments. Whether it be in the garage, club, studio or’re guaranteed superior tone and heavy-duty performance every time. Refined over many years, the ’61 Lustbucker Spirit Series pickup offers:


  • Balanced mid-range cut with high end bite
  • Immaculate organic clean­-tone detail with snappy articulation
  • Lots of energy to push into overdrive to capture incredible harmonic detail


  • Calibrated Alnico V rough cast magnets
  • Vintage enameled #42 magnetic wire
  • Hardwood maple spacer blocks
  • Monotone Butyrate Bobbins
  • Solid German nickel base plates
  • Cover options (Raw nickel, plated nickel, or 24kt gold plated)

The pickup set retails for $450.00

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