Artist BullBucker Guitar Humbucker Pickup Set - Chrome Covered


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About this Artist BullBucker Humbucker Pickup Set - Chrome Covered

Buy as a set and Save! This includes both Neck and Bridge Pickups.


About this Artist BullBucker Humbucker Pickup Neck - Chrome Covered

Classic moderate output humbucker based on the popular Jazz model. Especially popular in neck position. Great for jazz, and also country, blues, funk, classic rock and heavy rock.

Provides an articulate and clear tone. Great for fast runs. The brighter tone has slightly less output and is a good match with most bridge pickups. When distorted, the tone is full and bright. Smooth sustain.

Works especially well with mahogany bodies and rosewood fingerboards. Also works great with hollow and semi-hollow body guitars.

All Artist Bullbucker humbuckers with four-conductor hookup wires incorporate a standard wire color code. They are Split Coil Humbuckers which allows the humbucker to effectively become a single coil and wax potted pickups.

North start :Black wire
North finish:White wire
South start:Yellow wire
South finish:Red wire

For standard series humbucking operation on a 4-Conductor wired humbucker the White & Red wires are soldered together and taped; Black is ground and Yellow is Hot Output.

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Tech Specs:

Model: BULLBUCKERNC

Type: Neck Pickup, Alnico V Bar

Colour: Chrome

Conductors: 4

DC resistance: 7.1K

Inductance Rating:- 3.8H

Spacing: 50mm


About this Artist BullBucker Humbucker Pickup Bridge - Chrome Covered

Based on the popular JB model. Great for everything from heavy blues to heavy metal.  Provides slammin' output while retaining singing highs, aggressive harmonics, and just the right blend of sustain and distortion. Goes from sweet warm tones to raw rock 'n' roll.
 
Pairs well with our BullBucker Neck Pickup.

For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well mahogany body guitars with rosewood fingerboards.

All Artist Bullbucker humbuckers with four-conductor hookup wires incorporate a standard wire color code. They are Split Coil Humbuckers which allows the humbucker to effectively become a single coil and wax potted pickups.

North start :Black wire
North finish:White wire
South start:Yellow wire
South finish:Red wire

For standard series humbucking operation on a 4-Conductor wired humbucker the White & Red wires are soldered together and taped; Black is ground and Yellow is Hot Output.

 See Above to Watch a Video Demo & Comparison

Tech Specs:

Model: BULLBUCKERBC

Type: Bridge Pickup, Alnico V Bar

Colour: Chrome

Conductors: 4

DC resistance: 15.4K

Inductance Rating:- 9.6H

Spacing: 52mm

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Bullbuckers Rock Dude

By: Glenn Carter on 7 August 2020
These pups are The best hands down for budget pickups, dropped them in my LP60, the ones with the Wilkinsons, and man, what a diference. Brought the whole thing to life, to my ears , they sound just as good as duncans
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I've Found My New Favourite Budget Pickup Set

By: Peter on 12 May 2020
Don't let the price fool you. These pickups are fantastic bang for the buck. Once I heard them in a LP59 that I got from Artist, I compared them to a genuine Gibson pickup I had and it was nearly spot on! I immediately ordered another set for another guitar requiring a pickup change. While I've never tried a Seymour Duncan JB or jazz pickup, to me they sound every bit as good as a SD '59. If you like vintage Gibson PAF style pickups, you really can't go wrong with these guys. Nice sparkling top end, not too much bass and great for chugging away without it getting flubby (that's my test for a good pickup). I've tried many pickups and the closest I came to a vintage PAF style pickup on a budget was GFS Alnico II. With the Aussie dollar being so low from the US, it just doesn't make sense importing anything from the US at present. Bullbuckers definitely scratch that itch and keep us all happy (although you can get cream as well for that) ;) My only problem is, if all my guitars have these wonderful pickups in them, they will all sound the same!
(5)

Excellent

By: Paul Wright on 23 April 2020
I bought these to put in a J&D Luthiers SG which had good pickups but the neck was a bit muddy and the bridge would squeal at high gain. Boy did these solve the problem! They sound fantastic and there is no squeal even at high gain high volume. The neck is more even with a nice amount of top end and a fat bottom. The bridge 100% delivers on the promise... Hot, articulate mids and a nice chunk. For the price, these are an absolute no-brainer.
(5)

Bullbuckers... still a great choice, at any price!

By: Michael on 18 February 2020
Another year, another update... this is a copy of my review on the uncovered set from 2018, but I now have 2 sets each of covered/uncovered in various guitars owned by family members. They still rock... and are so consistently good I can't buy any more... other pickups I buy now are purposely 'different' and I definitely haven't found anything that does the 'overwound, focused PAF' thing any better, by any make – at any price. I've been using these close on a year now and was probably partly responsible for exhausting the stock once I tried my first set :-) I bought them first to replace the 'OK' stock pickups in a Artist Super-Strat style guitar with mahogany body and neck... think PRS. Adding the Bullbuckers reminded me immediately of an SG with 'Classic' (60's) humbuckers but with a little more 'poke' in the bridge, like a stock but conicidentally overwound and well voiced one. Because they are (I think) Fender spaced poles, I also installed one on a Custom Squier Tele (bridge) and a pair on another Artist Super-Strat style guitar. Very happy all round. Some time later, I had a chance to play a mate's Epiphone LP Custom with some real Seymour Duncan Pickups on board... a JB Bridge and a Jazz Neck (classic Epi Upgrade). The similarities are uncanny! More recently, my wife and I have each bought new Gibsons; she a HP SG, me an ES LP Special (semi-hollowbody). The HP SG has 'modern' (490) pickups which a just a bit 'naughtier' than the Bullbuckers while maintaing clarity but the Bullbucker tone is in the ballpark. The ES LP (a cross between a 335 and a LP) uses a '57 Classic neck and an Super '57 (overwound) bridge and the Bullbuckers are MUCH naughtier; so they're definitely on the hotter side. So, if you want a 'rockier/naughtier' than vintage LP or SG sound for your Epiphone or other Gibson 'tribute' than these will definitely suit. They also sound great in Fender style guitars and would be a great swapout for standard Squire humbuckers IF you want a Gibson style sound. Ditto any PRS style guitar. They would also be great for "rocking up' a Dot 335/Ibanez Artcore or similar and have to be an absolute no brainer if you own and love an Artist Cherry 7 Anniversry – I bet they also sound great split too! In summary they're great if you want that classic-to-slightly-hot-rodded Gibson or McCarty PRS sound; at his price they're a total no-brainer. PS: My 12 month evaluation, over 3 different guitars I use live/jamming (leaving the 'real' Gibsons, etc at home) is based on use with some modelling software but mostly with a Mesa Boogie Roadster (100W Dual Rectifier 2 x 12), Marshall JVM410C (100W 2 x 12) and more recently a Positive Grid Bias (Rack) Head (600W with Marshall 1936 2 x 12). So, it's not like I can't 'hear' what they really sound like... and they do sound like ROCK!
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Great sound

By: jason on 20 August 2018
I Put these into my les paul brought new life into my old guitar great value for the price will be getting more for sure
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