2pc. Soapbar P90 Pickup Cover Rings - Choose from 4 Wood Types!

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  • 2pc. Soapbar P90 Pickup Cover Rings - Choose from 4 Wood Types!
  • This image shows what difference a little linseed oil can make. the back/bottom row are natural/untreated wood (which is how these ship) and the top ones have a coat of linseed oil.
$5.99

Description

This is a set of two laser-cut pickup rings sized specifically for the popular "Soapbar" P-90 style of pickup. We cut these from 1/8" thick solid hardwood panels, and the result is a beautiful, Made-in-the-USA way to add a touch of class to your P-90 installs. No more do you have to worry about getting the opening hole exactly right and the edges perfect... just cut/route your hole (our acrylic pickup opening template works great for this), install the pickup and then snug one of these down over it.

We offer these in 4 different hardwoods (more varieties to come) - just choose your favorite from the options above. The photo will change for each to show you an example of what what particular wood looks like. 

The outer dimensions of these rings is 4 1/8" wide by just over 2 1/4" tall. The thickness is 1/8". The opening is 3 3/8" by 1 3/8", which fits very nicely over the Soapbar P90 pickups we sell - if you got your pickup somewhere else, be sure to measure it carefully to make sure it will fit! These rings have four holes for mounting, but we do not include screws. You can use either round-head screws or flat-head screws (careful countersinking recommended if you want to use flat-head screws). We ship these in the bare/natural wood state - check the listing photo to see how good they look with a little bit of linseed oil applied.

Because this is thin wood, be very careful when handling and mounting not to bend or twist the pieces, and to not put them under too much pressure from a screw head. Wood this thin can split easily and must be handled with care! Because these parts are cut by a laser, the edges will have some darkening. You can sand this off if desired, but it really isn't necessary.

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