New BG Pups

New BG Pups

Vintage Melody Maker Tone

Alta, CA (November 19, 2007) –BG Pups Handwound Pickups has released the new MM90 pickup -- a powerful single coil (but built like a P90) that offers distinct Melody Maker tone.

The MM90 uses a Forbon fiber baseplate, Dual ceramic 8 magnets, 43 awg magnet wire and solid copper hook up wires. It is wound between 7.5-9.0k.

BG Pups’ website features MP3s of both the bridge and neck MM90.

MM90 (bridge or neck) – List $65

For more info:
BG-pups.com

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