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Low Inductance and Variable Resonance with Wilde Pickups (topic)
Everyone, Hello and yes, I should have joined Wilde-Gate before now.   Just as an introduction,  I have been working with guitars, pickups, and electronics for a while and am a customer of Bill and Becky. I have noticed some pretty...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Sun, Jan 31, 2016 02:23:36
Found an L90. Unsure about where to use it (topic)
Picked up a used L90 2H.  No experience with BL pickups but know the reputation.  I planned on trying it first in the neck position of a dual humbucker strat paired with a Dimarzio AT1 humbucker in the bridge.  I have a feeling it will...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Mon, Mar 31, 2014 18:40:01
BL demoz (topic)
(More videos at guys, I don't know if it's ok to post a demo here.  This clip is about my friend played Bill Lawrence WildePickups L-90 on his Jackson Dinky RevL-90 is pretty dynamic as you can...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Sat, Mar 16, 2013 05:42:26
strat pickups chosen  (topic)
Background info from previous thread. My son has MIM hss strat, wants a metal sound. I want him to still have a strat that is able to play a variety of styles.Anyway we've decided , after looking at many threads on this site , on a...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Thu, Jul 14, 2011 23:27:20
L-90 Options and Characteristics ?  (topic)
Hi, I've been seaching for some info on this pickup on the board and could use some help in comparing it to other of Bill and Becky's offerings. I'm also curious about the coil splitting option, how does it sound in single...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Wed, Jun 24, 2009 16:44:17
l-90 = standard humbucker size?  (topic)
hey guys, i am planning to have a set of l-90s installed on a pickguard and i would like to confirm if they are of the same size as a normal humbucker. i.e. able to fit a pickguard routed for humbuckers without excessive gaps between the...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate


Fri, Jan 9, 2009 17:03:15
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