Holeless pickup covers?

Lucky #7

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Do these work?  It seems counterintuitive that they would, but they exist so I can't think that they wouldn't work.  I think they would look pretty cool.
 

Mor Paul

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http://www.allparts.com/store/pickup-covers-rings-parts-pickup-covers-pc-0307-001,Product.asp

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Like that, I suppose. I like the look of no poles.
 

blue313

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Im sure theyll work, but may darken up the pickup a hair.  I'm a polepiece tweaker though.
 

big bob

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Max said:
http://www.allparts.com/store/pickup-covers-rings-parts-pickup-covers-pc-0307-001,Product.asp

pc_0307-001.jpg


Like that, I suppose. I like the look of no poles.

these are for pups w/o adjustable pole pieces ie two rows of slugs, no screws or hex's
 

Lucky #7

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But if the adjustment is done/not needed, is there any reason that it won't physically work.
 

blue313

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AFAIK there's no reason I can think of that would stop you from making it physically work.  :icon_thumright:
 

Lucky #7

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Good to hear that they should work.  I think that is what I am going to put on my Blue Flame Maple LP.
 

dbw

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You'll want to raise the pups up pretty high, because the pole pieces are below the cover.  The cover doesn't block the signal but it does have physical thickness.
 
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