The Saint Nick returns!

The Saint Nick returns!

It's Christmas, the eggnog is flowing, and McNelly Pickups thought they'd have a bit of fun with these, and for one night only (Christmas Eve) bring back the Saint Nick! Dropping single coils in a humbucker guitar with no need for mods is the name of the game with the Saint Nicks.

They're warm, fat, and chimey. Just like the man himself.

Thinking of swapping your pickups? - A handy guide for new tone hunters!

Thinking of swapping your pickups? - A handy guide for new tone hunters!

Changing your guitar's pickups can prove to be a brilliantly cost effective way of transforming the sound of your guitar, and also a way of bringing out the best in your instrument. For so many it has been the first port of call in modifying their guitar and changing their sound. Perhaps you're planning on tweaking a more entry level Squier for example, chances are that you love how the guitar feels and plays but it's low quality pickups just don't quite do the job. This can sometimes even be the case with higher value instruments and it's existing pickups just simply don't fit the bill for you, be it personal tastes etc.
Unplated perfection - McNelly Cornucopia Humbuckers

Unplated perfection - McNelly Cornucopia Humbuckers

We have some really cool pickups pass through our hands, this set is certainly one of those.
I spotted McNelly making some 'Unplated' finishes for custom orders, so upon placing a stock order I put in the request to have some for here in the UK! So this set is technically a custom order, but is in stock & ready to ship.
Ltd edition 'Unplated Nickel' Covers on a neck & bridge set of McNelly Cornucopia Humbuckers!

Get in touch as these won't stick around for long!
New stock from McNelly

New stock from McNelly

We've had a couple of stunning new sets of McNelly pickups arrive. A full set of 'Nostalgia' Single coil strat pups in Parchment covers. Also a breathtaking set of 'Cornucopia' Humbuckers in the Nickel surround/Gold Foil cover option.
Dig in!
01 February, 2016 by James P Gascoigne