New Beryllium Series Pickups That Use Alnico II Magnets

Some of the most common components of an electric guitar that shapes the character of pickup sound are Alnico magnets and ceramics. It is very difficult to tell the difference whether Alnico magnets are better than ceramics except for the guitar players themselves. The differences are subtle and can only be determined by using the same guitar and amp settings. However, if you are looking for Alnico magnets in Brisbane, you can easily access online vendors through their website.

Kiesel Custom Shop has recently introduced its newest pickups, the Beryllium Series that is available in bridge and neck humbucker or single coil version. These pickups are now the standard equipment you will find in all the SH Series of semi-hollow guitars, all CT and CS Series California Curved Top Guitars, the AE185 and AE185-12 acoustic and electric guitars including the bridge position of the Frank Gambale Signature FG1.

Mark Kissel has personally designed the Passive Beryllium Series through the use of Alnico II magnets and vintage style windings that can produce a classic guitar tone that is less modern sounding. You can expect a smooth output that has a bit of warmth from the Alnico II magnets.

The Custom Shop also offers metal pickup covers with Lithium or Beryllium pickups on the standard scale 6 and 7 string guitars. The covers have the classic “exposed pole” look for preserving the adjustability of individual pole pieces. Metal covers are also available for replacement pickups.

Kiesel Custom Shop that has been in existence for 70 years still designs and builds high quality custom guitars. In recent years, the offerings have expanded to include headless guitars, multi-scale guitars, 24-fret bolt neck guitars, carved top guitars and many more. The Custom Shop also customized guitars according to your requirements and taste.

Physical stores generally have a limited stock of magnets that you may need for your project. Online stores are the best sources for Alnico magnets in Brisbane that are made from an alloy of samarium, cobalt and iron. Online stores offer a range of sizes, grades and shapes of one of the strongest magnets in the world.