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I've heard of them because my first guitar teacher had them in his custom guitar, also they are made in Livermore, CA which is close to my house. I've also seen them in one other custom guitar.
Never heard a bad thing about them, and would definitely consider putting them in a guitar.
Generally I think they are a popular pickup for bass players. Just a guess, but I think they are pretty small, and just don't have the marketing muscle of the big boys. That's why we're all talking about DiMarzio's.
I have a Bartolini SuperStrat in the neck position of my Peavey Nitro Custom. A guitar shop I did business with when I lived in Kansas recommended Barts pretty highly. For a long while I had a Bart LC-60 in the bridge position, too. That SuperStrat pickup is a good match for the bridge pickup currently in that guitar, which is a Bill Lawrence L-500XL.
Originally posted by rog951She's still the only girl I've met who, after swallowing, would let out a satisfying "ahhhhhhhh" like she'd just finished off a beer on a hot summer day!~Rich