These have the snap and growl of those ‘67 grey bottom strat pickups, with crystal clear lows and highs. With the Hot "Quiet Coil" in the bridge position, you get a more balanced output between positions and better sustain, for those who do not like the weaker vintage strat pickups in the bridge position. Carefully balanced in output from the neck, middle, to bridge positions, and completely hum-canceling in ALL positions!
Our approach was very simple, to make a hum-cancelling strat pickup that looks and sounds like a real single coil with minimal parts and adhering to actual vintage single coil attributes. Aside from the parts and materials used, we also matched the resonant peak frequency, and inductance of a vintage single coil, so they sit right in the frequency response and feel of a traditional single coil, without having to compensate for it. ‘67 “Quiet Coil™” strat pickups are passive and only use the same parts and materials found in original vintage '67 strat pickups. The HOT “Quiet Coil™” is still very much like a single coil with more midrange and bass for a heavier blues tone with sustain.
No PC boards, batteries, stacked coils, or anything else associated with other hum-canceling pickups were used in our design. The result is simply the most pure and authentic strat tone possible, with absolutely no loss of true single coil tone. They are sonically clear and warm, with every bit of single coil sparkle and chime, just like true 1967 strat pickups.
NOTE: With all Mojotone “Quiet Coil™” pickups, you never have to worry about string spacing and radius issues, or the magnets pulling the strings out of tune, and you can bend the strings heavily without ever losing focus or sustain. All of this while achieving perfect single coil strat tone and absolutely no hum!
Quiet Coil Design Features:
Consistent scatterwound coils for that handwound tone, sensitivity, and clarity.
Vintage formulated Alnico magnet cores with lower Gauss levels like an aged vintage strat pickup.
Vintage cloth covered leads for easy push-back soldering.
Matched resonant peak frequency, inductance, and resistance of a vintage single coil.
Vintage staggered polepieces for a traditional strat pickup look.
No routing modifications are required to fit shallow vintage routs like the taller stacked hum-cancelling designs.
Less than 10 parts are used to build the Quiet Coils. Like a vintage strat pickup, they are SIMPLE!
Name: Martin H. Rating: 5
null I have just installed the MOJOTONE "67 QUIET COIL W/HOT BRIDGE" on my 1976 Stratocaster. I am absolutely convinced that these are one of the best pickups I have ever installed and played. Greetings from Munich, Bavaria.
Name: Jan M. Rating: 5
null I just put them into Fender I sold to my customer, and oooh man how they sound. If Rene Martinez SRV ones were in my top 5 pickups, these were at least as good as them and without any hum. I don't know what you did with these but, man you did well. If I can decide strat pickups to any of my builds after this experience they will be these. You can imagine how many pickups I have installed and tested in recent years and these were one of the top. Well done.
Name:Christian B. Rating:5
Boddumblues These are by far the very best noiseless singles I've tried, and I kid you not I've tried a few. They have the quack like I remember my 73 Strat had, but with no wolftones and no hum. They sound awesome!!! and they respond like you could ever want them to.
I built a Strat-Tele hybrid with a DiMarzio Area T DP 418 in the bridge and 2 67 Quiet coils. I am very forunate that the guitar is very alive and bright sounding and is projected in to sonic bliss with this combo. It took many years of waiting, but we are here to enjoy what has been on the way for a long time. If anything could be better than this, I'm not sure I'd care. Highly highly recommended.
Finally!!!! I have literally spent a small fortune on noiseless pickups from Dimarzio, Kinman, Fender, Zexcoil, Fishman, and ended up reverting back to real single coils everytime. The newer ones sounded far better than some of the older noiseless offerings, but they were still missing the feel and sound of a real single coil to my ears. I decided to take a chance on these new Mojotone '58 Quiet Coils and I'm glad I did. I thought wait a minute, did they send me single coils by mistake? Because they sound exactly like my single coils but without the noise! Hats off to Mojotone for getting a noiseless pickup to sound exactly right.
Name:retired-old happy G.P. Rating:5
Guys ,thank you for all your efforts. You have nailed the old Strat sound I've been looking for years, with no noise.. The tone is dead nutz on the old 50's early 60's tone. I got the hot tone in the bridge and the others are the 58's ,no 60 cycle noise and I use the mid cont. as a blender(awesome idea),You guys really made me and ears very happy . B.B.
I recently swapped out my most recent partscaster noiseless pickups that in all honesty, I was very happy with but felt were a little HiFi. I purchased and installed the 58 set after seeing the clips on YouTube on the MojoTone site. I was absolutely blown away at the tone and balance of the pickups! I have tried almost every brand of noiseless and have always felt a little short changed with the dynamics that most other brands had. The 58's are, by far, the best 50's style pickup I have ever had in a noiseless format!! I am anxious for the tele design to be introduced so I can use those for my next build.
Just received a '67 Quiet Coil wired pick guard. The wiring job is superb! I've never seen such care taken to do it right, it beats anything I've seen in my factory Fenders.
I'm really impressed and look forward to getting it wired into my Strat tomorrow to hear how it sounds.