Bare Knuckle Pickups

Bare Knuckle Pickups are one of the worlds leading pickup brands.Their versatile range means you'll be able to find a genuine upgrade for your guitar, no matter what genre you play.

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Bare Knuckle Pickups

Bare Knuckle pickups were built by hand in the beginning and they're still built by hand to this day. Founder Tim Mills has ensured he has a highly trained team that takes as much care as he does when putting their pickups together.

Being a pro player himself, he has high expectations of his pickups and this is evident to users of Bare Knuckle pickups.

All pickups are made in the South West of England by a small team with uncompromising values and impressive skills.

The Bare Knuckle Range

The Bare Knuckle range is vast and you can easily find a pickup to suit your style, no matter what genre you play. Their Juggernaut model is incredibly popular for tight, clear high gain tones. It’s the Misha Mansoor signature pickup and has also been favoured by pop and country players thanks to it’s clarity.

Bare Knuckle make a range of single coils, humbuckers, p90s and bass pickups. They even do humbucker sized p90s if you have an HH guitar that needs a bit more clarity.

Whether you want low gain, or high gain or something in-between, Bare Knuckle have got something for you.

Custom colours are available on all pickups too! This is an incredible option because it means you can match the pickups to your guitar. So, if you want pink zebra pickups with orange bobbins, you can get them! With everything from chrome to aged nickel or war-torn camo.

Bare Knuckle Pickups FAQs

Are Bare Knuckle pickups good?

Yes. Bare Knuckle pickups are hand-built in the South West of England by a team of highly-skilled technicians. Each is meticulously crafted to an excellent standard.

Are Bare Knuckle pickups active or passive?

The Bare Knuckle range is extensive. From humbuckers, single coils, p90's and bass pickups, you'll find one that suits your style, whether you require high-gain, low-gain or a mixture of the two.

How much do Bare Knuckle pickups cost?

Their cheapest sets are around £48, while their most expensive ones are just over £300.