Suhr SSH+ bridge humbucker, black.
Used, should have plenty of wire. Got it from Mike with the intention of throwing it into my Warmoth to thicken up the bridge position, and then never got around to it. Gone- to Ben
Seymour Duncan Jazz neck humbucker.
New in box, and dibs to Teddy if he has any use for it since he sold me a used one, didn't get to mail it for a couple weeks, and then sent me a new one he had instead since he felt bad.
It's a pickup I really want to try, I just don't really have a guitar it makes sense to put it in, and while the baller move would be to just buy a new guitar, I'm trying to be responsible. Gone - to Matt
Seymour Duncan TB-4 bridge pickup.
JB, I think? Not a ton of lead, but should be enough to work with and if not even I can solder on extension wires, so you'll probably be fine.
I actually have no idea where this came from, I was surprised to find it in my box. Gone - to Dave
Suhr 7+ and 7 Vintage pickups
Came stock in my Modern 7. Rather thick sounding, would be good in a bright guitar. Great pickups, actually, I'm a little on the fence about getting rid of these, but I think what I've got in there now fits me a little better. Gone - to Chris
Mesa 6L6 STR 440 matched duet
Got these from zimbloth years ago, at the first get together at my place - he had them lying around and gave them to me, in case I could use them, and not long after that I went from a Rectoverb that took a duet to a Roadster that takes a quartet. Gone - the the grim, frostbitten North
Copy of my album
...because clearly I have plenty. Gone - to Daniel
I thought I had a set of Texas Specials lying around too, but I can't find them... Also, I have an absolutely trashed
LoPro7 out of my UV which really deserves to be thrown out, but if someone desperately needs one for a project where they don't care about rust, corrosion, and the metal around the arm holder flaking off, rendering the trem arm unusuable, well, let me know.