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Belltone Launches Series of Lindy Fralin Pickups

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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