Mojotone launches the PW Hornet pickups
Paul Waggoner partnered with Mojotone in order to design the new PW Hornet humbucking guitar pickup set.
According to Mojotone, the PW Hornet are designed for progressive rock and metal genres, and the tone variety offered is quite wide, thanks to the built-in coil tapping feature.
The PW Hornet is available in two versions: the neck pickup utilizes an Alnico 4 magnet the the DC resistance announced is 7.5k, while the bridge model is equipped with a ceramic magnet and its DC resistance is 11k.
Various finishes and options are available for each version, you can choose, for instance, between a Black or Zebra color, with or without cover, black/gold/nickel poles.
The PW Hornet pickups have a unit price of $123.60. More info at www.mojotone.com.
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