Lindy Fralin Black P90 Dog Ear Short/Low Neck Pickup Cover For Gibson Dogear NEW

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Lindy Fralin Black P90 Dog Ear Short/Low Neck Pickup Cover For Gibson Dogear NEW.

Fits '50s-'60s Gibson, '60s Gibson made Epiphone, Lindy Fralin and many other reissue P90 dogear pickups exactly. Manufactured in USA on Lindy's proprietary molds. Corner rounding and other features are as close to a '50s Gibson as I've ever seen. Overall height approx. .335" on the high side tapering to .25" on the low side, 1.95" E to E pole spacing. Please note that this cover will not fit Korean made "Epiphone" neck pickups; the pole spacing on those pickups is narrower. If you want to upgrade your "Epiphone" you should replace the whole neck pickup with a Fralin.

Prompt shipping with Delivery Confirmation in the USA is $3.99. Shipping anywhere outside of the USA is $19.99.

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