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The Creamery - Custom Guitars, Handwound Boutique Pickups - Made in Manchester  -  Vintage, Modern, Custom & Alternative Design Pickups - Made in Manchester

Custom Handwound Replacement Vintage and Modern Stratocaster Pickups

Creamery Custom Handwound Replacement Pickups for your Strat

Creamery Custom Handwound Replacement Stratocaster Strat Pickups With vintage sounding designs based on both the original pre-CBS Fender® staggered pole Stratocaster pickups through the mid-to-late '60s, and later hotter & modern variants, I currently make a number of handwound Replacement Stratocaster single coil pickups to suit different soudns & styles of play.

I also make purely custom designs such as my Strat-90 (Strat sized P90) and my Sonic '60 Pickups.

I don't have pickups all boxed up ready to send out; each order is custom-made so I can tailor a set of handwound replacement Stratocaster (Strat) pickups to suit your own guitar, the sounds you're after or your style of playing.

NOTE: You can order my custom, handwound replacement Strat pickups specifically for Left Handed players. Just select this option at the checkout.

One point to mention - If you have a vintage 7.25" neck/fingerboard radius the old vintage stagger will suit you best whereas if you have a 9.5" radius or more then I've found a flat pole design works better for balance across the strings. I know many players really want the vintage look of a staggered pole set but in reality, the D & G strings can be over-emphasised on a 9.5" plus radius. I do make many custom staggered versions to better suit the individual guitar - Vintage is good, but balance across the strings is better.

Handwound at my workshop here in Manchester.

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Sorry to have to do this again but I've reached the maximum number of orders I can physically make for the next few weeks so the online store has been switched off just to give me some breathing space to catch up. I'll be pushing the store live again and taking on new orders towards the end of June '18. Thanks - Jaime