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Bean Pickup Specs


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Steven Kersting

PostPosted: 12/14/2002 at 11:26 PM    Post subject: Bean Pickup Specs link

I need specs for Bean pickups, specificly the bridge pickup for a TB 2000. I need physical size, DC Resistance, type of construction, (Magnet type(alnico rod poles?), metal baseplate?, pole spacing, mounting screw spacing/location(from the back?), cover, bobbin material, potting, anything else) I need as exact info as possible. I make pickups and have cause to replicate one, but due to thier rarity I have never handled one and I am not very familiar with them... If someone has a dead one I would be interested in buying it...

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PostPosted: 12/18/2002 at 7:33 PM    Post subject: RE:Bean Pickup Specs link

I would like to know which pickups are good replacement for original TB 1000 pups.

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Mikel

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PostPosted: 02/24/2018 at 6:55 PM    Post subject: RE:Bean Pickup Specs link

Did anyone answer?
Answer found on another way?

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