Belltone Launches Series of Lindy Fralin Pickups

Belltone Guitars partners with Lindy Fralin to offer three custom designed ‘filtertron’ size pickups based on Lindy’s P-90 and “Blues Special” single coil, plus Fralin’s best-selling humbucker.


Belltone Guitars has collaborated with Lindy Fralin of Fralin Pickups to develop a curated offering of some of Lindy’s most popular pickup designs in custom ‘filtertron-sized’ casings as part of the Belltone Custom-Select System.

  • First up is Lindy’s classic Fralin P90: a vintage-voiced P90 known for its versatility, clarity, and snarly midrange. With clear lows, thick mids, and percussive highs, its guarantee to make any signature Belltone® guitar ring out loud and clear.
  • Next, Lindy’s ‘Blues Specials’ capture the vintage Strat tones of the early 60’s. These single coil pickups are wired for more output and a fuller, thicker sound while still retaining a Strat’s distinctive bell-like tonal character. Instantly establish your signature Belltone® as a versatile sonic powerhouse with the Fralin ‘Blues Specials’.
  • Finally, the Fralin Pure PAF … Lindy’s favorite humbucker, the Pure P.A.F. is a 50’s P.A.F. clone that features a clean, clear tone with an incredible sweat midrange. This pickup in re-known for its warm character, smooth dynamics, and overall versatility. Experience what a humbucker should really sound like and get inspired by the Fralin Pure P.A.F’s beautiful tone for your Belltone signature build.

All Fralin Custom Belltone Filtron-Fit pickups are assembled by hand in Richmond, VA. and start at $240.00 per set.

Belltone Custom Guitar Builds start at under $2,300.00 with custom case and shipping included.

www.belltoneguitars.com


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