P90 – Humbucker
Finally, achieve incredible P90 tone with a humbucker look! The Fralin Humbucker-sized P90 is a vintage-voiced P90 known for its versatility, clarity, and snarly midrange. With clear lows, thick mids, and percussive highs, we guarantee that the Fralin P90 will inspire you, no matter what guitar or music style you play. As with all Fralin Pickups, you can take pride in knowing we designed, built, and assembled your P90 in Virginia using 100% USA-Made parts.
Pure P90, Humbucker Looks
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P90 – Humbucker FEATURES:
Don’t you love the sound of a screaming P90 Pickup? What’s not to love? Easily one of the most unique and versatile pickup designs out there, the Fralin P90 pushes the limit by using 100% USA-Made parts and a tone that will make your jaw drop.
Whether you play Rock, Jazz, Country, R&B, or Funk, you will undoubtedly stand out in the mix with the pronounced pick attack and crystal-clear lows. Hand-build into a humbucker chassis, you can now have that famous P90 tone in all humbucker-equipped guitars.
- Lindy Fralin Original Design: True P90 Tone, now humbucker sized
- Adjustable USA-Made Pole Pieces for Fine-Tuning Single String Balance
- AlNiCo IV Bar Magnets for a smooth, punchy tone
- Hand-wound with 43 Gauge SPN wire and our “Sectioning” technique for unique, dynamic tone
- RW / RP Neck for hum-canceling in the middle position
- Multiple Outputs available for fine-tuning your Pickup’s voice
- Nickel Silver Baseplates and Covers for little to no effect on tone
- Strong and bold – lots of midrange and snarl
- Compensated Bridge for even volume across all pickups
- Hand-built for unrivaled quality control
- Backed by our 10-Year Warranty on manufacturing defects
- 30-Day Risk-Free Exchange Policy
Get excited – Fralin P90s covers an impressive, broad tonal spectrum.
Featuring a clear neck and an overwound bridge, our P90s have that undeniable thick Single-Coil tone with a distinct wound string, and percussive treble string. The midrange is full, thick, and warm – perfect for adding depth to your guitar.
Are you looking for the traditional Fender-type sparkle? You won’t find that here. The Fralin P90 is all Gibson! For that, we recommend checking out our Hum Cancelling Alnico Rod model.
Whether playing clean or dirty, we guarantee the “3-dimensional depth” that the Fralin P90 provides will inspire you for years to come. Single notes are punchy and clear without sounding tinny, and chords break up with a tight compression that’s guaranteed to push your amp.
And with a hand-wound scatter-wound coil, your pickup is as unique as you are – each coil features a subtly unique voice that will undoubtedly inspire you. Experience what you’ve been missing and give your guitar the P90 voice it was meant to have with the Fralin P90.
It all starts here: our manufacturing process allows us to achieve unparalleled quality control. Lindy Fralin’s P90 in a Humbucker Cover consists of a precision injection mold and USA-Made Steel Screws. We use USA-Made Alnico 4 magnets to make this model scream. Each bobbin is carefully inspected and cleaned before winding.
We wind each pickup by hand, one at a time using our proprietary “Sectioning” technique. This winding technique gives our pickups a sweet, clear tone. Finally, we wax-pot the pickup to and prevent microphonics and preserve the pickup for years to come.
|Neck Ohm Reading:||7.2K|
|Bridge Ohm Reading:||8.2K|
|Neck Polarity:||Counter Clockwise Coil Direction, North to Strings|
|Bridge Polarity:||Clockwise Coil Direction, South to Strings|
|Cover Material:||USA-Made Nickel Silver|
|Baseplate Material:||USA-Made Nickel Silver|
|Magnets:||USA-Made Alnico 4|
|Wire:||USA-Made 43-Gauge Single Poly Nylon|
|Recommended Pot Value:||500K|
Lead Color Codes
See below for our Lead color codes. For help with matching to other manufacturers, check out this resource here.
Gibson Braided Lead:
P90 - Humbucker Questions And Answers:
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hey, can you guys put a gibson quick connect on one of your humbucker sized p-90s?
Q hey, can you guys put a gibson quick connect on one of your humbucker sized p-90s?A
Hey Mike, as it turns out, we do not offer the Quick Connect system - actually, we recommend removing it altogether as while it does make swapping pickups easier, you are putting a plastic connection where a soldered connection should be. Upgrading to a soldered harness would be the best upgrade for your tone and reliability.
Is the stock P90 set hum cancelling when both pickups are selected?
Q Is the stock P90 set hum cancelling when both pickups are selected?A Hey Garth, yes!
Have you ever had anybody mail pickups (two of your P90- Humbuckers) back to you to install in a pre-wired pickguard? I have a 2016 Fender Stratocaster Elite and instead of swapping out pickups I would prefer to do an entire pick guard, switch, pots, etc. Thanks, Todd
Q Have you ever had anybody mail pickups (two of your P90- Humbuckers) back to you to install in a ...... Read moreA
Hey Todd, as it turns out, we don't really do that here. It's better to take the parts to a local luthier and have them install everything in your pickguard. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
I have a Gibson SG with Classic 57s that I want to convert to P90s and I've settled on the Fralin P90 - Humbuckers. I'm going to need to replace the wiring harness because it has coil splits and I want to get rid of all that stuff. First question is should I go with the stock winding? I just got a Les Paul Special P90 and I love that tone. The closer I can get to that, the better, even though I know the SG will probably have a bit thinner and les...
Q I have a Gibson SG with Classic 57s that I want to convert to P90s and I've settled on the Fralin...... Read moreA
Hey George, we would recommend the Stock Winding for your setup - you'll get a vintage P90 tone and output. To address your second question, there's really not much sonic difference between 500K and 550K, in my experience. If there is, it's extremely subtle and your tone won't be disaffected by it at all.
Hi! I have a Danelectro Baritone 66bt and I love the weird lipstick bridge pickups, but I'm underwhelmed with the stock humbucker-sized p90 in the neck. Looking to replace the just the neck pickup with a Fralin humbucker-size p90. Which Fralin would you recommend for this guitar and to match with the danelectro lipstick bridge?