A switchable output pickup that can sound like a Filter’Tron or a PAF humbucker.

San Francisco, CA (March 10, 2015) -- Schuyler Dean Pickups has unveiled a new pickup model called the Raybucker. This is a switchable output pickup that can sound like a Filter’Tron or a PAF humbucker. Using a push/pull potentiometer you can access either of these legendary tones from any guitar with a standard humbucker rout.

The neck position is vintage ‘50s output and the bridge position is slightly overwound for better volume balance between pickups. A unique cover was designed that uses elements from both classic pickups and is available in chrome, nickel, gold, or unplated.

Features:

  • Hand-assembled in the USA
  • Available for any humbucker guitar
  • No batteries or external power required
  • Ideal for any style of music from rock to jazz to country
  • Lifetime manufacturers warranty

$200 street

Watch the company's video demo:

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Schuyler Dean Pickups

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