New Products at Specialty Guitars

Seymour Duncan Custom Shop 59 Model SH-1 Humbucker, unpotted New!

These 59's are made especially for Specialty Guitars by the Seymour Duncan Custom Shop. The pickups are identical to the classic 59 pickup, except that like the Seth Lover model, they are un-potted. This gives these 59's the vintage tone of a 40+ year old PAF humbucker. Available for the neck or bridge position with either a nickel or gold cover. Comes with single conductor shielded cable.

Neck - Nickel Cover $170.00
Bridge - Nickel Cover $170.00
Neck - Gold Cover $175.00
Bridge - Gold Cover $175.00

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Mexican II Enhanced Tremolo Block, Right Hand New!

This trem block replaces the stock zinc block in the 2019 and later Fender Player MIM Strat and Fender Vintera Modified Strat.

These guitars were shipped with one of two different bridges, so before purchasing this block you must examine the bottom of your existing tremolo block to determine which bridge you have.

If your block has three distinct ejector circles on the bottom and is stamped in one of the circles with a number 1 or 2 (see below), you have a made in Mexico 2 pivot bridge, and this Mexican II block is the correct replacement block.

Tremolo block with 3 ejector circles and stamped with a number 2


If your block is stamped on the bottom with PW29 (see below), you have a made in China Ping bridge and this block will not fit your guitar. You should instead buy the Mexican Standard Enhanced Block.

Tremolo block stamped with PW29


Any 3/16" diameter 10-32 English thread tremolo arm will work, but we recommend the Callaham virtual pop-in arm for Callaham blocks.

$67.00


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Curt Mangan 9.5-44 Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

Nickel-Plated Steel wound strings were introduced in the late Sixties and have become the most popular alloy for electric guitars and bass.
Nickel Wound strings are created by wrapping nickel-plated steel alloys around a tin-plated high-carbon steel hex-shaped core wire. Nickel-plated steel tends to offer the most balanced tone.
19544, .0095, .0115, .016, .024w, .034w, .044w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$7.93


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Curt Mangan 9.5-44 Round Core Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

In the late 1960s, the guitar string industry switched from pure-nickel to nickel-plated steel for the cover wire on what is known as “nickelwound” strings, but the core wire used was still round. Round-core, nickel-plated steel strings became the most popular strings used until the string industry converted to hex-core beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Curt Mangan describes these strings as having an elevated level of liveliness with a smoother feel when you are bending or using vibrato on the wound strings.
13095, .0095, .0115, .016, .024w, .034w, .044w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$8.58


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Curt Mangan 9-42 Round Core Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

In the late 1960s, the guitar string industry switched from pure-nickel to nickel-plated steel for the cover wire on what is known as “nickelwound” strings, but the core wire used was still round. Round-core, nickel-plated steel strings became the most popular strings used until the string industry converted to hex-core beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Curt Mangan describes these strings as having an elevated level of liveliness with a smoother feel when you are bending or using vibrato on the wound strings.
13009, .009, .011, .016, .024w, .032w, .042w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$8.58


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Curt Mangan 9-42 Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

Nickel wound guitar strings are made by winding nickel-plated steel wire around a tin-plated, high-carbon steel core wire. Nickel wound guitar strings have a very balanced tonal response with sparkling highs, clear mid-range and defined bass.
10942, .009, .011, .016, .024w, .032w, .042w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$7.93


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Curt Mangan 11-52 Wound Third Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

In the late 1960s, the guitar string industry switched from pure-nickel to nickel-plated steel for the cover wire on what is known as “nickelwound” strings, but the core wire used was still round. Round-core, nickel-plated steel strings became the most popular strings used until the string industry converted to hex-core beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Curt Mangan describes these strings as having an elevated level of liveliness with a smoother feel when you are bending or using vibrato on the wound strings.
11152, .011, .015, .022w, .030W, .042w, .052w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$9.66


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Curt Mangan 11-50 Nickel Wound Plain Third Electric Guitar Strings

Nickel-Plated Steel wound strings were introduced in the late Sixties and have become the most popular alloy for electric guitars and bass.
Nickel Wound strings are created by wrapping nickel-plated steel alloys around a tin-plated high-carbon steel hex-shaped core wire. Nickel-plated steel tends to offer the most balanced tone.
CS11150, .011, .014, .018, .028W, .038w, .050w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$7.93


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Curt Mangan 11-48 Round Core Nickel Wound Plain Third Guitar Strings

In the late 1960s, the guitar string industry switched from pure-nickel to nickel-plated steel for the cover wire on what is known as “nickelwound” strings, but the core wire used was still round. Round-core, nickel-plated steel strings became the most popular strings used until the string industry converted to hex-core beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Curt Mangan describes these strings as having an elevated level of liveliness with a smoother feel when you are bending or using vibrato on the wound strings.
13011, .011, .014, .018, .028W, .038w, .048w
String Length: 43 inches
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$8.58


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Curt Mangan 10-46 Round Core Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

In the late 1960s, the guitar string industry switched from pure-nickel to nickel-plated steel for the cover wire on what is known as “nickelwound” strings, but the core wire used was still round. Round-core, nickel-plated steel strings became the most popular strings used until the string industry converted to hex-core beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Curt Mangan describes these strings as having an elevated level of liveliness with a smoother feel when you are bending or using vibrato on the wound strings.
13010, .010, .013, .017, .026w, .036w, .046w
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$8.58


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Curt Mangan 10-46 Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

The wound strings are wound with nickel-plated steel wire which has been the most popular electric guitar string alloy since the late 1960’s. These strings offer balanced tone with a superb blend of highs, mids and lows and the easy bending yet solid feel of the world’s most popular gauging.
11046, .010, .013, .017, .026w, .036w, .046w
Made in USA with USA-made wire

$7.93


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