Leddin Handwound “Fullertons” Stratocaster pickup set – Clean vintage tone

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


1 in stock


  • I build these pickups to order with a 4 week turnaround after receipt of full payment. 
  • Items listed in stock means I have the parts to build them. 
  • To order please purchase via the website cart and within 4 weeks I will post out your pickups. 
  • I will contact you within 3 business days to confirm the build specs. 
  • Tone cannot be rushed my friends and I won’t rush to cater for the hasty. 
  • Please contact me prior to purchase for an accurate ETA.

These pickups are modeled off the Fullerton era reissue Strat pickups found in USA reissues and also early JV Stratocasters.  I wind these the same as the original ’82 USA versions with 42 AWG plain enamel wire on red and white bobbins.  These pickups produce a bright clean vintage ’60s – ’70s tone clean and break up nice with a bit of drive.


  • Available in right and lefthanded
  • Alnico 5 staggered magnets
  • Plain enamel 42AWG wire
  • Non reverse wound middle pickup (Please contact to order RWRP middle)
  • Red fiber bobbins with white tops
  • 5.85k for all 3 pickups
  • Black and white vintage cloth leads
  • A choice of black, white or aged white covers (Please specify)
  • Choice of beveled or round head stainless screws (Please specify)
  • Wax potted to prevent feedback

$295 per set of 3

Sound clips of the Fullertons in action courtesy of Brisbane Guitarist Nathan Moore.

Bridge Spank Drive

Bridge Dirty

Pickups Clean – Starting at Bridge progressing through positions with a non reverse middle pickup

Pickups Dirty – Starting at Neck progressing through positions with a non reverse middle pickup


Additional information

Weight .250 kg
Dimensions 10 x 10 x 5 cm

1 review for Leddin Handwound “Fullertons” Stratocaster pickup set – Clean vintage tone

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dennis Anderson

    Dave’s Strat Fullertons have an authoritative clear “bell like” or “glassy” tone which breaks up just a touch when pushed. You get a real nice 60s & 70s classic quack which can be quite throaty when pushing the neck PU. Dave was kind enough to do the RWRP option for me, as I have a personal preference for this setup. I play mainly clean so here’s a clip of me playing clean through a old 1970 Super Reverb if anyone’s interested in hearing some more sound bites https://youtu.be/_THS2rWWrKw
    I’m looking forward to getting some Relic Tele Broadcasters from Dave in the near future. His pickups are second to none 🙂

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