Current Lead Time: 5 weeks

“The Redeyes are everything I look for in a pickup. Clear, tight, punchy, with the perfect amount of mid boost. Anywhere from ambient breakup tones to heavy high gain/aggressive sounding tones, these do it all.“

— Steven Delman (FYKE)

Designed to be Different

Precision Winding

Deep dive the gear forums on pickup winding and you'll see tons of voices claiming that handwinding and variable tension is where the magic is. We challenge that concept and have the data to prove it. Every set that leaves our shop is within 1% tolerance of every pickup we've ever shipped. No more wondering if you got a lemon model. Whether you're playing to your dog or you're on stage for 100,000+ fans, the Lambertones are the same.

Made in USA

We fully believe a product should be able to stand on its own, where the location of manufacturer doesn't automatically qualify/disqualify it from a perceived quality. That said, we're proud to design, manufacture, wind, fulfill in house here at our shop in Southern California.

Crafted with Care

Premium Materials

We exclusively use nickel-silver covers and they are then plated according to the desired finish. Nickel-silver is known to be the most transparent sounding material available for passive pickups.

Flexible Applications

Each humbucker set can be selected with 2-wire or 4-wire condcutor to the highest flexibility in wiring opportunities. Either option uses the highest quality possible shielded Gavitt wire to protect your signal chain from the very beginning.

Shipped with Style

Premium Packaging

Every pickup set ships with a custom polishing cloth to help keep your shiny new covers clean and smudge free.

Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 11 Reviews
5 ★
100% 
11
4 ★
0% 
0
3 ★
0% 
0
2 ★
0% 
0
1 ★
0% 
0
Customer Photos
Write a Review

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
JC
04/08/2024
Jonathan C.
United States United States

Clarity and tone

Really happy with all of the Lambertones pickups I've used. The Red Eye set is particularly great.

RH
04/01/2024
Roy H.
United States United States

Mod your axe with LTs!!!

These days there are so many poorer quality more expensive guitars and some great ones less than $1,000 I’ve taken to picking up imports that play great and modding them. Put Redeyes in a Schecter fastback and it sounds as good or better than my Shur Atl Tele pro! Have fun, shore up your luthier skills and choose these pups for chime and sustain for days. Thanks Kurtis-these may be best pups I’ve ever played :-)

Lambertones Pickups the Red Eye Review
BR
03/30/2024
Ben R.
United States United States

What I was missing

I've had a few Les Paul's during my guitar journey and tried some different pickups in some of them along the way. I have a Gibson LP Standard 50's with (or that used to have) Gibson Burstbucker 1 in the neck and 2 in the bridge. I had Fishman Fluence Classic humbuckers in it for a few months too. As much as I loved the way the guitar played, the sound was good, but never completely satisfying. I popped the Red Eyes in one Sunday afternoon and, the character my ears had been craving... The Red Eyes had it. Clear, articulate, but with more girth. Read the product description of these, and what it says is what it does! I've had this guitar for about three amd a half years and have been the most satisfied with it since dropping the Red Eyes in.

JT
03/25/2024
Joseph T.
United States United States

Lambertone Red Eyes

Absolutely love these pickups. Nice and clear and plenty of grit! Extremely versatile. Nothing but great things to say about Lambertones. Super high quality tones!

SB
03/20/2024
Scott B.
United States United States

Incredible Pickups

Was lucky enough to see these come up for sale about 20 minutes after the announcement. I’m stunned at these pickups ability to keep that sweet low gain pickup sound and gain up at the same time. Dropped them into a PRS Hollowbody Spruce and it breathed new life into this old guitar. 10/10

Lambertones Pickups the Red Eye Review