• Fralin P-90 Soapbar In a Cream Cover
  • Fralin P-90 Soapbar in Black
  • Fralin P-90 Soapbar Raw Nickel Cover
  • Fralin P-90 Soapbar in White Cover
  • Fralin P-90 Dogear in a Cream Cover
  • Fralin P-90 Dogear White Cover
  • Fralin P-90 Pickup
  • P-90 Dogear and Soapbar Covers
  • Soapbar Dimensions
  • Dogear Dimensions


Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)


The Fralin P-90: a classic P-90 Pickup known for its big mid-range when used clean, and chainsaw grind when pushing an amp hard. This pickup has all the clarity and definition you’ve come to expect from Fralin Pickups.


Pickup Cover (Required) *

Please choose how you want your pickups to look in your guitar.

Shims for Dogears

Gold Screws (Optional)

We can use Gold Screws instead of Nickel for a small up-charge.


We all love the sound of a screaming P-90 Pickup. It’s been used on countless records and countless guitarists rely on it to give them that aggressive tone they’re after. It’s Rock & Roll, Jazz, R&B, Funk, Blues, and Country all rolled into one. At Fralin Pickups, our P-90’s are given a healthy dose of USA-Made Parts and wound by hand, one at a time to deliver what you love most: amazing, unforgettable tone. Our stock set has a Stock Bridge and a -10% Neck. This calibrates the set to have the same output. If you would like to customize this option, please see below for a more detailed description.


Fralin P-90’s have a huge, fat, midrange tone.  You can expect a clear, present, round bottom-end, and a sharp, aggressive top-end, with a clear, fat midrange in-between. Our P-90’s have that undeniable thick Single-Coil tone, with a warm low end and a fat top end. Single notes have a punchy, thick sonic footprint and have great sustain. Chords break up nicely with a slight compression and great note separation. Fralin P-90’s offer undeniable clarity and definition while remaining strong, fat, thick, and punchy.




  • Adjustable Pole Pieces for Fine-Tuning Single String Balance
  • AlNiCo IV Bar Magnets for a Smooth Tone
  • Wound with 42-Gauge Plain Enamel Wire to specification
  • Our Bridge is reverse-wound to give you Hum-Cancelling in the Middle Position
  • USA-Made Parts
  • 49.5mm Spacing


Our Complete Set is our best-selling option. It has a slightly hotter bridge to compensate for the brightness near the bridge. If you’re buying a single pickup, please see the box below describing the information we need to get you the correct polarity information, and read this important article: “What’s The Deal With Polarity?”


  1. Gibson® Braided Shielded: Most popular. Use this if you have no special requirements (Coil tapping, Phase Reverse or Series / Parallel).
  2. 2-Conductor With Shield: Use this if you have Phase Reverse needs.


The Fralin Hum-Cancelling P-90 requires a cover. We offer this pickup in the standard Soapbar and Dogear versions. We have the following options available currently:

Soapbar Cover Options:

  • Cream
  • Black
  • Polished Nickel ($10)
  • Raw Nickel ($10)

Dogear (?) Cover Options:

  • Black (Short Dogear Only)
  • Cream
  • White

Technical Information:

Fralin P-90’s are wound with 42 Gauge Plain Enamel wire and built to vintage specifications. AlNiCo IV Bar Magnets. Fralin P-90’s like to use 500K Pots. Our Stock Set reads 7.2K on the Neck and 8.2K on the bridge.


At Fralin Pickups, we are a total and complete custom shop. Need something specific? Upon checkout, use the “Notes” field to write anything you want!


Complete Set, Bridge, Neck


Soapbar, Dogear, Short Dogear (Standard Dogear Bridge, Short Neck)

Neck Output

N/A, Stock, +10%, +5%, -5%

Bridge Output

N/A, Stock, +5%, -5%

Type of Lead

Gibson® Braided Shield, 2 Conductor (for Phase Matching)

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7 reviews for P-90

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I put these in a vintage 1965 epiphone casino . It had been loaded with humbuckers but now it is back to the original sound. You guys did a great job. I played out with them the first chance I got. The sound man commented on how noise free this guitar is. Unusual comment for a single pickup guitar. I can’t stop playing the old epiphone now. I chose the stock wind and I am very satisfied with the sound and balance. Chimey highs and a smooth bottom end. I am very impressed . I worked in the r/d department at Ovation and also at Guild in the 70’s and 80’s and know a bit about sound. I play through a 1966 (not a re-issue) Fender Princeton Reverb or a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, great sound through either amp. I play in a Christian Blues and Southern Rock band . We are on you tube under the name Leftovers .

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I put the p90 in a epiphone wildkat. Sounds with clarity and definition. Not dark like the stock ones. I am very happy with the sound of these pickups.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I sent in a set of stock Epiphone P-90s to have them rewound for a Casino that I had assembled from individual surplus parts. The stock pickups I acquired for the project had a DC resistance of 12K ohms, a little too much emphasis in midrange, lacked high end clarity, and additionally the neck position was overly boomy in comparison to the bridge. The completely rebuilt set I received has perfect balance, crystal clear chime, and just an overall absolutely wonderful tone. I had expected the set to come back sounding better, but was unprepared for just how much better that turned out to be. It was as if I was starting over again with a new instrument after I got them installed. This company’s customer support, communication and order fulfillment are second to none. I could not be happier with my purchase. Thank you!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I replaced some stock p90’s in a frankenstein/tele deluxe. Along with the new CTS pots and mojotone caps i put in this is easily now my favorite guitar to play. There is so much clarity and note separation. Even with higher gain settings, 9th chords sound transparent. It’s eerie how much mojo went into these pups……

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I got a good deal on a new Epiphone Casino. It is a beautiful guitar and very nicely made. But the stock pickups, as so many before me have experienced, were horrible. I have always loved American Gibson P-90’s, but you can’t find dogear style anymore. After listening to a bunch of samples, I decided on Lindy Fralin. I thought they came closest to vintage Gibson. They came last week and immediately improved the sound 100%. But they were a little low so I ordered a couple .100″ shims. I just put them on and I cannot believe how good that guitar sounds. Straight into my Deluxe Reverb it has that growl and punch P-90’s are known for. The sound of classic rock. I could not be more satisfied with these pickups. Thanks, Lindy.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I contacted Lindy about a custom wind I wanted for my Gibson SG Jr. 60’s model. The stock pickup just did not have enough punch for my taste. Lo and behold, I get a call from the man himself! We talked about what I wanted, basically a significant overwind with a custom wire. We talked and dialed in exactly where it needed to be. Once it arrived, I installed it in my SG and cranked it up. I play a ’74 Marshall jmp 50 which was Jose modded by Voo Doo amps. This baby really sounded like the hammer of the Gods cranked through the Marshall! Plenty of extra punch. A bit darker, which was what I wanted since the stock pickup was too thin and bright. The huge improvement was the presence and harmonics. Wow! This pickup is alive! You can feel every note. The harmonics and sustain are off the scale and the presence is just spooky! Since it’s basically one of a kind due to the wire, I have dubbed it “The Devinator”! It has a permanent home in my Gibson now. Thanks again Lindy!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I have the stock set in a Gem series Les Paul Studio. They are fantastic pickups! Out of phase they quack beautifully, getting that classic Hubert Sumlin sound, but also capable of morphing towards Buddy Guy, and even a little Peter Green. The bridge has enough twang for country, the neck gets a fabulous Jump Blues sound.

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