Kinman woodstock vs BKP Mothers Milk, which one?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Myxu, Apr 24, 2016.

  1. Myxu

    Myxu Member

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    Hi there! Recently I've been looking for a strat neck pickup, and I've narrowed my choice to either Kinman AVN69n (the neck pickup from woodstock set) and BKP Mother's milk neck. Both sounds amazing in samples, but there is no straight comparison anywhere, and I wonder if it is worth to pay about 30% more for a Kinman. I am thinking about buying both of them, comparing, and then returning one of them, but firstly I would like to know Your opinion about both of this pickups, maybe someone did the same thing, or just have some samples I hadn't already found :)
     
  2. moosewayne

    moosewayne Supporting Member

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    If noiseless is a priority then yes, Kinman is worth it. They are the cream of the crop.
    If it isn't I'd go with the Mothers Milk.
    I, personally, wouldn't want one noiseless pickup if the others were not.
     
  3. scotty31

    scotty31 Supporting Member

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    agree with above. Kinman pickups are second to none for single coils.
    BKP are no slouches though.
    I have the Woodstocks in my main strat and have done for 10 years now.
    Got a set of BKP slow hands in my other strat recently and i really like the neck pickup.
    Cant go wrong with either i reckon
     

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