News and Updates

Skewed Quad 8s

These guys are now on their way to Sweden along with the customized Free-Way Switch wiring harness. Should I join the fad and call this Pickup Porn? Nah,

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Lovely Baseplates

Laser-cut and hand-buffed to perfection, these skewed 8-string baseplates are ready to go! When I look at a product —anything at all; furniture, a gadget,

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9-Strings!!!

Look, 9-String NUs! Are you ready? Take note of the custom string spacing for the Neck and Bridge pickups. These guys will be installed in a

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Meet Cadbury

Meet Cadbury, another test guitar. This one looks prettier than its old battered friend, Iron Man. Cadbury is fitted with a Quad XR at the neck, a Nu-multi

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XR Flex Series Launch

We are proud to announce the launch of the XR Flex Series pickups and support electronics, introduced at NAMM 2016. The Flex Series includes an

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Changing the XR Baseplate

Do you want to swap the XR baseplate with something else? Would you like to install an XR but the standard profiles won’t fit your needs? The XR’s design

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XR Soapbars

These new XRs with soapbar baseplates will join the XR family very soon. The pickups will be available in both active and passive configurations (for both

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The Flex Switch and Active Volume

We have a new 5-way “Flex” switch and a new Active Volume Control (with integrated preamplifier). These are designed for the all-passive XR pickups introduced at NAMM 2016. The new

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Introducing: The Nu Duo

At first glance, it looks just like a Nu multichannel pickup set. But look underneath (info-graphic below) and you will notice the difference. It’s the Nu

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Project: Legator

It is always a treat to work on guitars that have been on the road and seen the world. In this case the guitar in

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Unlatching the Connector

We use solder-free connectors to make it very easy for you to install the pickups and support electronics. There’s one snag though. The connector itself might not

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