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0.195"x0.63" (4.95x16mm) alnico 5 rod

0.195"x0.63" (4.95x16mm) alnico 5 rod

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  • +/- 0.05" manufacturing tolerance on any dimension
  • Supplied unmagnetised, magnetised or magnetised and north pole marked
  • WARNING: DO NOT BRING LIKE POLES N-N OR S-S TOGETHER! It will result in the partial demagnetisation of the rods.
  • Tele® bridge pickups are always south up
  • Tele® neck pickups were north up but became south up in the mid 1950s
  • Strat® were north up until 1960 when they became south up and remained this way with the exception of some of the newer models such as the 'Texas Specials'
  • From 1957 the Jazzmaster has a north and south to make them hum-cancelling in the middle position. The same is true of the Jaguar, Mustang and Jazz Bass-paralleling Gibsons' new humbucking pickup
  • The P-Bass has one part of the pickup north and the other south to make it hum-cancelling. Early P-Basses with the Tele-style headstock had a Strat-shaped single coil pickup
  • Gibson P90s are always south up and the PAF humbuckers are south on the screwside and north up on the slug side.
ShapeRod
Diameter0.195 mm
Thickness0.63 mm
GradeCast AlNiCo 5
MGOe5.4
CoatingNone
Max Temp538°C / 1000°F
Weight0.0022 Kg
0.195"x0.63" (4.95x16mm) alnico 5 rod

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