Fralin Pickups

Tone-Talk, Ep. 88

Last Updated: August 26th, 2021

Lindy Fralin sat down for a fun and informative interview with David Friedman and Marc Huzansky of the Tone-Talk Podcast. Check it out here:


Written By:

Tyler Delsack (Manager, Fralin Pickups)

👋 I'm Tyler Delsack, the Manager of Fralin Pickups. Along with managing the shop and working on this Website, I run my own website to provide free Jazz Guitar lessons.


  1. Michael Praekelssays

    Hello team Fralin, i just wonder if there are videos out that show how the different pickups overwind, underwind Sound like?

    Thank you Michael

    1. Great question. We do not have any videos as of yet, but we will add them to our docket and get to it for sure!

  2. Jim Newbouldsays

    Thank you very much for your
    most informative examples , I looked at these schematics and
    wished I was 20 years old and starting over again.
    There is an electrical theory that I have been working on, before I am on the other side looking down I would like to give it to someone, we both know that the combinations used to go to the Amp , can be incalculable
    and we know that the person with the best mouse trap wins,
    I have worked up A process that will do 2 things, and it will change music as we know of it,
    First one is really very simple,
    and the process is not very hard or expensive.
    A. A variable density field created by the Pick Up’s and adjusted by Harmonics
    B. The results of tests that I have conducted, almost every electrical Guitar is only having
    75% of the Sound produced monitored , out of 2 different ways.
    1. Sound travels both ways in A Guitar String ( The Same as 2 tin cans with A wire pulled through the center of them both) .
    2. There are Harmonics running all thru A Guitar, Most Of Them cannot be heard by human ears
    but that does not stop them from making music, A totally new music, never created before.
    Tesla , in some of his tests found that people with certain medical
    symptoms, the symptoms would reduce as A result of listening to music Played in certain Hz ,
    ( I am not A follower of Tesla, per say )
    You are probably aware of A thing called the,
    Mozart Syndrome,
    I am going out there pretty good
    but the things I have seen after working with people for 20 years
    is indisputable.
    I know someone is going to end up with this and put the pieces together, based on what I have read and researched about you guys, I would really like it to be you.
    Best wishes,
    James A. Newbould
    850 832 2164

  3. Thank you for this article! This is really very informative for us. I agree with you totally. It gives some true and insightful information on tone talk ep 88. Great blog to share!!

  4. Philip Shopesays

    I hope you can help me with this issue involving a copy of a 70’s Strat.
    This was made for me as a favor by a local luthier.
    I had an issue with the pick guard he made on this guitar.
    As I was filing a few places on the guard so that the p/u s could be adjusted a single wire pulled off from one of the tone pots. It is the hot white wire from output jack.
    I can’t tell where it was connected and thought you might be of help.
    I have pics if that will help.
    Thank you so much.

  5. I want to take the Burstbucker Rythym Pro pickups out of my 2018 Gibson Standard Les Paul High Performance. Those
    Pickups are too noisy, when I turn the volume pots up at about 4 it starts introducing slot of unwanted white noise. I removed the bridge pickup but the brackets with the mounting holes point in toward the humbucker instead of outward and away from the humbucker like most pickups do. The cavities have a routed well that sets down in the cavity and is mounted there directly below the humbucker. How can I find some humbuckers with the mounting brackets that go under the pickup and bracket inward instead of out? Is there a name for these kind.

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