Lace guitar pickups - or as they like to call them, Lace Sensors - have been around since 1985, although for about a decade they were exclusive to Fender instruments. There are still lots of options for those guitars, of course, but looking through this section you'll see that plenty of other axes can find a good fit here as well. In any case, the hallmarks of Lace guitar pickups are the same: shielded coils that reduce interference and allow magnets with less string pull to be used. The results are pickups with fantastic accuracy and intonation, and without the magnets tugging too hard on them, the strings are able to vibrate more freely, improving sustain as well.
After an introduction like that, you're probably expecting some great things from Lace guitar pickups - so let's take a look at how they deliver. Classic Lace pickups start with Strat-oriented sets like the Lace Sensor Hot Gold with Hot Bridge 3-Pack and the Lace Sensor Blue-Silver-Red 3-Pack S-S-S Pickup Set. From there, you could maybe check out a few signature designs, which include pickups such as the Lace Bill Kelliher's Dissonant Aggressors Guitar Pickup Set and the Lace Brent Hinds' Signature Hammer Claws Neck Pickup. Or, if you want something that's truly innovative, maybe the Lace Alumitone Deathbucker Pickup will be up your alley.
There's a Lace guitar pickup here for virtually every musician - and that includes acoustic guitar players too, with options like the Lace Ultra Slim Acoustic Sensor and the Lace California Acoustic Soundhole Pickup with Endpin Jack. From individual pickups to sets of two or three, single-coil to humbucker and even the choice of pre-wired pickguards, Lace guitar pickups make it pretty easy to find the perfect setup for your instrument and playing style. But if there's any doubt left in your mind, feel free to look up some of the customer reviews to help decide whether some of these pickups are the best ones for your personal style.