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FS: Lindy Fralin Precision Bass stock wind pickups

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by petrus61, Apr 5, 2014.

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  1. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    Picked these up brand new from Best Bass Gear a couple weeks ago. They sound amazing but I need to raise some funds for a compressor at the moment, since mine finally bit the dust.
    The leads are intact and plenty long. This is the standard wound set, which Fralin states to be 10.5-11k. I'll try to get a pic up later tonight. These were $140 new and I feel worth every penny.

    Price: $90 shipped and insured with tracking in the CONUS.
  2. AGH


    Jun 18, 2013
    Long Island NY
    All of the stuff I got for free wore out!
    P Bass pups?
  3. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    Yes, not the '51 style, but the standard split coils:
  4. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    From Fralin website:

    "Fender Basses have defined the electric bass since its invention. Lindy Fralin's Jazz Bass Replacement Style and P-Bass Style replacement pickups offer a loud, clear and even response to four string bass players. Using ALNICO V magnets and 42 gauge Heavy Formvar wire, they are all hand wound to vintage specifications."
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  6. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    Price drop to $90.
  7. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

    Here's a shot showing lead lengths:

    For $110, I will include a brand new harness with two CTS 250k audio pots, Switchcraft jack and .047 cap as one unit. The only thing to solder would be the bridge ground and ground lug from cavity (if applicable).

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