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What should my pick up height be?

Start by setting all of your guitar pickups to 3/32” (0.093”, 2.38mm) on the bass side and 2/32” (1/16”, 0.0625”, 1.98mm) on the treble side. Remember, this is the space between the top of the pole piece and the bottom of the string, held down at the last fret.

Do TV Jones pickups hum?

TV Jones single coil pickups are not noiseless because we believe doing so can negatively affect the integrity of the tone. That being said, our single coil pickups are wound so the middle position (when 2 pickups are on) buck the hum.

Are TV Jones pickups single coil?

– TV-HT™ Guitar Pickup – This single-coil pickup is made close to the original but with a bit more output in the bridge position. This gives the sound more integrity and push – often what players wanted from the original HiLo’Trons.

Are Filtertrons hum Cancelling?

Hence why single-coils give you that bright and twangy clean tone that all country and funk players love. For this reason, Filtertrons offer more low-ends and hum canceling ability compared to single-coil pickups.

Are gold foil pickups single-coil?

While gold foil pickups operate on the same electromagnetic principles as your typical single-coil, they often do so with a largely different configuration. Though most are single-coil, some are double-coil, and that’s just the tip of the dissimilarity iceberg.

What kind of Mount do I need for my TV Jones guitar?

The universal mount system is clever and gives alot of flexibility if you want to move the pickups to another guitar – goes from traditional Gretsch filtertron wood mount to suspended gretsch mount to full size HB route mount with the optional TV HB pickup ring.

What kind of harness does TV Jones use?

A Magna’tron in the neck, Classic Plus in the bridge. The final piece, the TV Jones harness. Real easy install as the soldering was done outside of the guitar and installed quickly with the installation set. I only had to enlarge the pot holes with a hardware store reamer and splice the ground wire to the string ground and the job was complete.

What kind of pickup is a TV classic?

The pickup that started it all – the TV Classic captures that vintage twang and growl characteristic of the late 1950’s Filter’Tron. Originally designed from an analyzed 1959 “Pat. Applied For” Filter’Tron, the TV Classic is our most popular and most versatile pickup.