1956 P90 Hot

1956 P90 Hot

Regular price $69.95
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Handmade in the USA to order!!
Custom wound for a luscious pro P90 tone!
Handcrafted P90s begin at $69.95 each
Choose Neck, Bridge or add both for a Custom Calibrated Set
Current Lead Times


The 1956 Hot P90 offers more mid-range power than a traditional P90 for a thicker feel and response. Perfect for the guitarist who is looking for a little more power from their P90. The top end dynamics are still present but there is definitely more drive present when compared to a normal vintage P90.

Made with vintage enamel wire, you can expect warmth and extreme luscious tone. The pickup delivers vibrancy, warmth and a nice clean dynamic that you would expect from a vintage handcrafted pickup. Great for thick lead tone - especially at bridge.

Specifications:

  • Enamel Wire
  • Alnico V Magnets
  • Neck 8.5k
  • Bridge 10.0k
  • Wax Potted
  • 1 Conductor Braided Lead
  • Available in Soap Bar, or Dog Ear sizes
  • Hand made to order in the USA

Elite Pro II at Neck / 1956 Hot A5 at Bridge Demo by Michael Wong

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MS
01/13/2024
Michael S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great Pickup!

Overall quality of the 1956 P90 hot pickup is excellent!

JM
10/19/2023
John M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

1956 P90 Hot

Yes, this is a very good pickup and was installed in a R6 Goldtop. The additional output was not overbearing and is a good match for the neck pickup in that guitar. I have ordered another and will be installing it in a LP special. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

JM
09/06/2023
John M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

1956 P90 Hot

Great pickup! I have been using a few other brands in my R6 Les Paul but haven't been too happy with them. The pickup that was in it was a '50s P90 that didn't have enough push for the bridge position. The Hot P90 was just the ticket, not too hot and had a nice EQ to it. Thanks!