Originally Posted by Tim Mills, BKP
Oh shit, that is pretty ace news.
So I emailed Tim recently to ask where progress was on seven string single coils, because I knew they had been working on them... and according to Tim you can order them now! I merged two emails together here for quoting efficiency
So no vintage stagger magnets and no zinc base plates, which is sort of a bummer, but this still massively expands the available options for seven string single coil pickupsOriginally Posted by Tim Mills, BKP
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More options is always a good thing. It's great to see pickup winders producing more single coils for seven strings.
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now we just need more production model 7s with H/S or H/S/S configurations.
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That's pretty awesome, but I'm still waiting for bass pups.
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What are the impacts of the zinc baseplate and staggered magnets (poles?)?
I'm leaning to HSH or HSS setup on my next S7. Specifically, in a mahogany-bodied instrument, a Cold Sweat/Irish Tour/Irish Tour (or other humbucker in neck)
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