From what I can tell after reading about them - I think each pole piece has its own dummy coil in reverse polarity Basically taking the idea of using a dummy coil in the middle pickup for cancelling and applying it to each magnet.How does the Mojotone do its noise cancelling? They don't really spell that out anywhere that I can see.
What are the things you like best about single coils? Curious for your take on themClassic Stack Plus: everything I like about a single coil, without hum
Antiquites: makes every 335-type sound like the best sounding records
Custom Custom: takes up a huge swath of frequencies, so it is perfect for a 1 guitar band
Alnico II Pro: it is like 2 giant sticks of butter were crammed into the front of the guitar
I have a crema neck and grinder bridge - while I agree they are high level pups, the crema for me is a stones throw away from a single coil. I want my HBs to be more aggressive than that I’m replacing them with ‘57’sDefinitely agree with a lot of the Lollar and Suhr fans. Particularly any of the Lollar Tele pickups as well as the Imperials. I haven't personally played a lot of Suhr pickups, but the SSVs are amazing.
Haven't seen Lambertones or McNelly's mentioned yet. The Lambertones Crema's and the Ristretto's are my current favorite pickups.
I love my L-90. I just posted a thread last night, because I replaced it with an L500xl, and I think it was a mistake. The L-90 is just so clear and dynamic, it's really unlike anything else I've played.It’s not new, but the Wilde L-90 is my favorite pickup bar none.
You can, of course, get an 8H model, but make sure you’ve raised the pickup as high as you reasonably can in the bridge position before going with a hotter unit.I love my L-90. I just posted a thread last night, because I replaced it with an L500xl, and I think it was a mistake. The L-90 is just so clear and dynamic, it's really unlike anything else I've played.
I have the 6H version, I just wish it had more output and a little more "scream".
I set it up with it about the thickness of a nickel on both the treble and bass sides, then cheated it up another half turn or so. I considered the 8H, but I read multiple times that there wasn't a discernable difference between the two. I'll probably still end up trying it though.You can, of course, get an 8H model, but make sure you’ve raised the pickup as high as you reasonably can in the bridge position before going with a hotter unit.