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Mansons Guitar Shop and UK custom pickup manufacturers Bare Knuckle have collaborated on a set of pickups aimed at "the contemporary player that seeks tight tone, huge bass response and powerful output."

They say that these new sets have more kick than the existing MBK-1 and MBK-2 pickup sets, as featured on the company’s custom guitars and used by artists such as Matthew Bellamy and Josh Homme.

More flexible than a metal sounding pickup, Manson’s say they have been experimenting with these custom pickups in several new guitars under wraps at their Devon based workshops. The specs have been designed to provide a pickup that’s suited to hard rock, metal, punk, and other unruly sounds. They combine the power of three ceramic magnets in the bridge and an Isotropic Alnico V in the neck, and work in any humbucker equipped guitar.

The new passive pickups are handmade in the UK by Bare Knuckle pickups.

Pricing & Availability
The MBK-3 pickup sets are available now from Mansons direct at www.mansons.co.uk and retail for £229 inc VAT.
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