The pickup is available in cream or black Dog Ear and Soap Bar configurations.

Burgaw, NC (January 25, 2018) -- Mojotone’s new addition of the Hot P90 to their popular Quiet Coil series of noiseless pickups offers a meaner P90 tone with more output and sustain. Ideal for use in the bridge position, the Hot P90 Quiet Coil delivers elevated growl and snarl while keeping annoying 60 cycle hum at bay.

Mojotone Pickup Designer David Shepherd adds, “the Hot P90 Quiet Coil can hit the front end of an amp enough to drive it if needed and retains the magic players demand from a P90. Plus, it’s a Quiet Coil, so virtually no hum!”

The new Hot P90 is available as a single piece for bridge position or as part of a matched set with the '56 Quiet Coil P90 for the neck position. Like all Mojotone pickups, the Hot P90 is hand made in small batches in Burgaw, NC.

Hot P90 Quiet Coil Design Features:

  • Custom formulated Alnico magnets deliver vintage tone
  • No routing modifications are required to fit shallow vintage routs
  • Vintage braided leads for easy push-back soldering
  • Hand Made in the USA.

The Mojotone Hot P90 Quiet Coil is available in cream or black Dog Ear and Soap Bar configurations and has a street price of $119.95 for the single bridge and $229.95 for the two-pickup set -- available at Mojotone pickup dealers as well as www.mojotone.com.

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