Cream T 'BFG Bangers' Humbucker Pickups

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  • Humbucker Pickups
  • Boxed in a luxury display case (full sets only)
  • The result of a close relationship between Billy F Gibbons & Thomas of Cream T
  • Neck Output approx: 7.3k*
  • Bridge Output approx: 8.9k*
  • These pickups are also available to buy individually
  •  These pickups are available in Raw Nickel, Polished Nickel, Polished Chrome, Double Black, Double Cream, Zebra & Gold (+ £10 GBP). They are also available in 4 Conductor and Fully Potted. Please message if you are interested in any of these options.

*measured with HD calibrated high end multi-meter in controlled conditions.
Pickup build may vary


After years of work between Thomas (Cream T Pickups) and Billy F Gibbons the BFG Bangers were born.

If you want a pickup that has been tweaked to perfection by a legendary guitarist and boutique pickup winder look no further.

Thomas is renowned for working closely with artists to achieve the tone they desire and Billy F Gibbons has now used the BFG Bangers on stage for the last 10 years!

The BFG Bangers are slightly hotter than the pickups Billy F Gibbons has in his 1959 Les Paul sunburst guitar.

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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
August 6, 2020 | Sylvain
On the spot

Bought it as a replacement for a BKP Black Dog, which was itself a replacement for a Haussel 59 on a Nik Huber Krautster II. These are all insanely good pickups. The Haussel is really breathing, woody, but lacked a bit of punch in the high ends and high mids (some grind one might say). The Black dog brought that punch but is a little too bassy/middy on my guitar. And the output was a tad too high. The BFG is just perfect. Still woody, you really feel the PAF (and not a "hot-rodded" PAF), but has this Gibbons trebbly feeling that I was looking for. Probably the highest output of the true PAFs you can find on the market.

Careful though, it does not come with screws, springs, and has really long legs compared to other manufacturers. You'll need long screws.

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