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Axesrus "Model 24"
Axesrus "Model 24" Humbucker

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Description Technical Specs

Basically, we make the Hot Iron and The Wraith, which are all terrifying pickups – huge amounts of bottom end, muted tops, and plenty of outright aggression, but we didn’t have a pickup that’d perform in similar settings, but retain that crisp “bite” in the top end, regardless of what you do with them.

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Ideal if you’re looking for an out and out rock pickup for anything from 70s classic, right through to punk, thrash and speed metal, the bridge is what you'd expect, sharp, aggressive, biting, with plenty of heat. In the neck, its a suprisingly fluidic tone, ideal for sweep picking.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Do not underestimate these! February 27, 2017
Reviewer: Michael Jones from Stowmarket, Suffolk .United Kingdom  
I have a Model 24 at the bridge of my Epiphone Les Paul Studio deluxe (and the excellent Classic 50s at the neck). I know that pickup output is about a lot more than it's resistance. I have a 9.4 k pup that destroys the 19.8k overwound I have. This pickup, the Model 24- is incredible. It's the most metal pickup I have ever used, and I've also got a TT73! It is amazing for chugging, and is beautifully clear all the way across the sonic spectrum. If I was a better player, I would take on anyone with this guitar now. It doesn't just do metal though, it cleans up very well, and doesn't sound thin, but clear and penetrating without hurting! And it looks great too! I had mine made with a nickel cover with 12 black hex poles. This pickup is a stone cold giant killer, thankyou so much! Mick. :-)

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Medium does not have to mean "middling"! January 20, 2016
Reviewer: Eissturm Stahlsarg from Ipswich, United Kingdom  
These pickups were made especially for me, as I was looking for a passive that would distort well, boost well, but not be so overwound that my trebles would disappear. I also wanted them to clean up nicely if needed. After much consultation with the ever patient Craig, and the very cool Gill; my very own Model 24s were born!
These are everything that I've wanted in a humbucker. Raunchy at medium gain settings, and downright nasty at high, they never lose their all important(to me) top end and also have a watertight bottom end that just loves a bit of palm    muted chugging.
I understand that some people will look at the specs and consider them a trifle light output wise for metal, but it works and works damn well! You can always up the gain, but its hard to make a 21k pickup sounds anything but a one trick pony. These sit at 11.5k and kick like a mule. I don't think I'll need another pickup ever again, although a TT version for my Tele would be very cool \m/
Cheers Axesrus!

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