BKP in Agile Septor 727? (Question about what model of BKP )

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  1. teatime

    teatime SS.org Regular

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    Hello all,

    I was wondering if anybody is able to discern what type of pickups are in the Agile Septor 725 pictured below?

    ""Looking online I have not come across any Agile's that come with stock pickups that look like the set in this guitar. I called up the GC that has the guitar in stock and was told "that's a used guitar, we don't know what type of pickups they are"....

    Sorry for the really small pictures. ""


    UPDATE!

    I ended up purchasing the guitar today and the pickups are indeed BKP! Also, it's a 727 and not 725. I have uploaded some new photos. However, I do not know what specific BKP model they are. Any input of what they might be would be great. I think they are Juggernauts though. Got it for $275 in the end as well.

    Thanks

    Brian
     

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  2. Blood Tempest

    Blood Tempest Eschaton Mémoire Contributor

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    Definitely not stock pickups. Could potentially be Bare Knuckle pickups, just by judging the covers. They look similar to the "distressed" covers they make. It's gonna be pretty hard to tell without pulling them out of the guitar and looking at whats printed on the back of the pickups.
     
  3. Miek

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    They're either Dimarzio or bareknuckles. not enough detail to tell.
     
  4. teatime

    teatime SS.org Regular

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    Thanks for the response. I drove out to the GC and got a better look at the guitar (I uploaded a better photo of the pickups). It appears that the pickup cover are Bare Knuckle Tyger covers. I was not actually able to find out what type of pickups they are but are hopeful they may actually be BKP. I'll head back over tomorrow afternoon and see if I can get the tech to take one of the pickups out and see what It actually is. If there BKP i'm buyinh it.
     
  5. KnightBrolaire

    KnightBrolaire tinkerer/aspiring builder/8 string hoarder

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    if they're bareknuckle then the pickups alone are worth the price.
     
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    pastanator SS.org Regular

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    im almost certain those are bareknuckles. ive never seen a dimarzio that looks like those.
     
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    Yeah definitely the Knucks. I didn't see the third picture when I posted.
     
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    pastanator SS.org Regular

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    grats on that free guitar with your pickups. id contact bareknuckle and see if they can tell you which ones they are though. or maybe someone else here knows, idk.
     
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    teatime SS.org Regular

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    Haha. Thanks! I am in the middle of cleaning/setting it up, but afterwards I will post some more pics.
     
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    Congrats!

    I am going to assume that they are Juggernauts based on the pole pieces.
     
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    Alekke Octopus Djentalis

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    It says bareknuckle pickup on the baseplate. Measure the resistance of the pickup, that should narrow the options
     

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