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Dually Pickup Gold / Gold Humbucker


GOLD SENSOR: Vintage Rock, Blues, Country, and R&B, Funk

Think: Clapton, Beck, Townshend

Sound: A classic 50’s Style single coil sound with a classy bell tone.



Music Styles: Hard Rock, Rock, Classic Rock, Blues, Jazz, Pop, Country, Fusion, Prog

Think: Jeff Beck, Albert King

Sound: Precise harmonic thrust, and full bodied output.


Gold Gold Dually Sensor Pickups - Full Humbucker

The Gold Lace Sensor has long been the choice for a great single coil pickup, with that classic Strat sound used by many of the worlds greatest guitarists. With the Gold Gold Dually, you can switch between single coil operation to having both coils in operation together. The Lace Gold Sensor is a great single coil! The Gold Gold Dually creates a beautiful Humbucker sound with both coils active.


The Sensor™ - World Class Tone. We have built these world famous patented pickups since 1985. Used exclusively by Fender® until 1996.


Combine Colors to Customize your Sound!

The entire Dually Sensor line is now available through your local dealers. Used on the Fender Strat®, Fender Ultra and other Fender® guitar models. Use the Dually Sensors in full mode or switch to split mode. Extreme tone options are possible when a classic single coil Gold Sensor is doubled in a dual coil arrangement for example, since you can switch back and forth between the classic single and fat dual coil sounds and get the best of both worlds. Low noise & multiple tones. There are 9 different combinations of single coil Lace Sensors arranged into Dually Pickups, double coil, full Humbuckers in series mode and able to split into Parallel mode for amazing tonal options.


ADJUSTMENT TIP: For optimum tone and output from our Sensors, we recommend adjusting the height to .170" from string to pickup, or approx. the height of 2 dimes and a nickel. (REMEMBER string thickness applies to height - use bottom of string closest to pickup for measurement.)