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    Orange Drop Capacitors
    Own Your Tone:
    Capacitors, a crucial component in your tone control, are affected by both age and temperature. Orange Drop capacitors have been the choice of electronics professionals since the '60s because of their precision, consistency, and reliability.
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    TekToid™ Nut
    Makes Friction Fiction:
    Friction at the nut can cause a string to go out of tune when you start playing or bending it. TekToid™ nuts cut string friction at the nut, allowing you to stay in tune longer: problem solved.
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    1959 Tribute Humbucker
    The Holy Grail of Tone:
    The 1959 Tribute Humbucker enhances the highs yet retains classic tone with "unmatched" bobbin windings, Alnico II magnets, and exceptional balance between coils—this is the reincarnation of the classic humbucker.
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    15dB Turbo Boost
    Feel the Heat:
    The 15dB Turbo boost switches the guitar into overdrive—great for boosting lead tones or making amps scream. Even better, the amount of boost is trimpot-adjustable. Once you find a "sweet spot" for a particular amp, you can have it available at the flick of a switch.
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    Tuned Coil Tap
    Access a World of Tones:
    The innovative tuned coil tap affects only certain frequencies to provide standard tapped sounds and various scooped midrange timbres. In fact, switchable tuned coil taps on the neck and bridge pickups deliver eight different, unique pickup sounds without any kind of active circuitry or equalization—and maintain most of the pickup’s humbucking properties, too.
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    Pure Bypass
    Pure and Direct:
    Send your pickup directly to the output jack with pure bypass—no tone controls, splits, or even volume controls interfere with the pickup's inherent sound.
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    1961 Humbucker
    A Classic – Reborn:
    The 2014 LPJ, LPM, SGJ, SGM, and LP Peace all recall the sound of the '60s with the 1961 Humbucker. It improves on the classic humbucker tone by subtly enhancing highs, but swaps out the Alnico II for Alnico V magnets for more output and enhanced touch sensitivity.
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    Coil Split
    Humbucker or Single Coil? The Choice is Yours:
    The meaty, warm humbucker sound has always been a favorite, but the thinner, brighter shimmer of single-coil pickups has its merits too. With a coil split switch, you have both sonic options—use both coils for a humbucker, or switch out one coil for a single-coil sound.
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    Phase Switch
    Quick Change Tonality:
    Reversing the phase of one pickup when both are selected gives that classic thin, "glassy" sound that just begs to go through a sweet chorus or reverb effect.
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    Sidewinder P90H Humbucker
    Back to the Future:
    The Sidewinder features a pure P-90 tone based on the historic EBO and Grabber pickups with Alnico V magnets, but then hits the next level with coil split for more cut and shimmer. The Les Paul and SG Futura pick up on the past but take it further into the future.
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    P-90ST and P-90SR Pickups
    Versatility with a Vintage Vibe:
    The P-90ST and P-90SR pickups featured in the Les Paul Melody Maker deliver a broad range of tones for jazz, blues, and rock, with a bright, percussive attack at the treble pickup and a clean, articulate voice for rhythm. That vintage vibe comes courtesy of Alnico V rod magnets, made famous by the classic Gibson ES-125 models of the late ‘40s. Enjoy the legendary P-90 sound on Gibson’s most affordable Les Paul ever.
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