Great set of pickups. Really balenced and clear when pushed with lots of gain, also excels at cleans. The birdseye maple is a beautiful looking and pairs really well with gold screws.

Only swapping these out to try something different. These are direct mount pickups with 4 conductors. There's a good amount of lead on them, as you can see from the photo.

Check out my other listings. I'll do discounted shipping for bulk sales.

standard spacing - Direct mount

Description from Guitarmorys website:

DC Output (Bridge): 13.2k

DC Output (Neck): 9.0k

Output: Medium

The Foxbat set is the definition of versatility and a master of progressive genres spanning the entire spectrum. Whether it’s a light and ambient effects-driven soundscape, chord-motivated leads, or a colossal and speed-oriented subgenre of metal, this set will capably follow you there. The Foxbat brings dynamics in heaps into your guitar playing. Even slammed with a compressor, the subtle changes brought through manipulating a volume or tone knob can't be overlooked. The articulation found in this bridge proves extraordinarily beneficial when it comes time for that extended run of sweeping or legato shredding. Time to hit that complex palm-muted section? Let the staccato nature of the bridge shine with its precision and quick attack that clings to each note. Now go move on to a huge chorus section with chords bursting at the seams. Hear every nuance of what you're playing regardless of your place on the fretboard.

Listed4 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • Foxbat 6 String Set
Finish
  • Custom Birdseye Maple with Gold Bobbins
Categories
Made In
  • United States

David's Pedal Board

Allston, MA, United States
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Joined Reverb:2015

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