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Humbucker Pickup cover "Jet Black Nickel" plated nickel silver WITH NO HOLES

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  • Guitar Humbucker Pickup Cover
  • Made in USA
  • "Jet Black Nickel*" plated nickel-silver cover - Not all humbucker covers are made of nickel-silver.  Pickup covers made of nickel silver are the most transparent sounding.
  • With NO HOLES
  • Overall dimensions are 2.75" x 1.5" x .635" (69.7mm x 38.1mm x 15.9mm)
  • Qty 1 pickup cover

*Black nickel plating can ranging from a dark “jet-black” to a light “charcoal gray” finish. The characteristics and appearance of black nickel plating is a function of the basis material and/or underplating that is plated prior to the black nickel topcoat.

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  • 5
    Premium product. Budget price.

    Posted by K. Darren Pierce on Oct 1, 2017

    Sleek, black, shiny & a precise fit for my Gibson pickups. These are very well made. They came and I was impressed more than I thought I would be. My set was in perfect flawless condition and jet black just as described and I had hoped for. They look and sound awesome. I really couldn't ask for more. In my opinion, there's nothing better out there. I recommend them to anyone looking for anything similar.

  • 5
    Premium product. Budget price.

    Posted by K. Darren Pierce on Oct 1, 2017

    Sleek black shiny and a perfect fit, these covers are well made and look great. Beyond what I expected. If your looking for anything similar, this is the place to get it. I highly recommend them.

  • 5
    Nice aesthetic

    Posted by Michael on Dec 2, 2014

    Fits easily onto my Telecaster Blacktop HH model. I thought the soap bar style was the way to go here. I don't want to say the picture is deceiving but they're obviously using a white background to increase the visability of the item, which is fine, but the color of the covers always changed depending on the room it's in. Sometimes it's pitch black, sometimes it's smoke grey...but all cool nonetheless and really added a new aesthetic dimension to my guitar. One thing I will say though is there was some natural scrapes on one of the covers and I can't tell if I did that with the strings or if it came like that, so keep an eye out either way. The scratches might happen naturally though, one way or the other so I didn't let it bother me. No real difference in tone or sound after putting the covers on.