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Lollar '52 T Bridge AWG ?

Discussion in 'Just Pickups' started by mcentee2, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. mcentee2

    mcentee2 Tele-Meister

    119
    Feb 18, 2011
    York
    Hi,

    Tried a search but wasn't conclusive - although I have the answer for the Neck.

    What AWG guage is the Lollar '52 T Bridge wound with ?

    I know it is 6.7 K - just wondering if it was a low wound 43 or "normal" 42 ?

    (I also am ready for the barage of "DC don't mean diddly" to hit me...... ;)


    Cheers
     
  2. Derek Kiernan

    Derek Kiernan Friend of Leo's

    Sep 7, 2008
    Princeton, NJ
    Lollar seems to indicate when they use 43 (or other non-42 gauges), so I think 42 is a safe assumption.
     
  3. mcentee2

    mcentee2 Tele-Meister

    119
    Feb 18, 2011
    York
    I'll work on that assumption then, thanks :)


    Reason for the question was that I am trying to find if anyone out there is producing a low wind (6500 turns) AWG 43 bridge pup, with Alnico 2 mags.

    I have a winder lined up to do me a special tapped bridge as above, and then carried on winding up tot he max - and was trying to find com parables - I like my top end twang\spank!

    I know there is too much to say how things compare, which is why I have gone ahead and ordered it anyway, as you never know until it is in your own guitar etc.
     
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  5. mcentee2

    mcentee2 Tele-Meister

    119
    Feb 18, 2011
    York
    I'll work on that assumption then, thanks :)


    Reason for the question was that I am trying to find if anyone out there is producing a low wind (6500 turns) AWG 43 bridge pup, with Alnico 2 mags.

    I have a winder lined up to do me a special tapped bridge as above (chaos wind pattern!), and then carried on winding up to the max - and was trying to find com parables - I like my top end twang\spank!

    I know there is too much to say how things compare, which is why I have gone ahead and ordered it anyway, as you never know until it is in your own guitar etc.
     
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