Handwound & Handcrafted Guitar Pickups made in Normandy

New website online

New website online
9 January 2021 Cecca Guitars
Nouveau site en ligne
At last!

After about a year and a half of work, experiments, tests and trials of all kinds, doubts, development, graphic design and photos, the final version of the site, entirely bilingual French / English, is finally online!

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This 100% homemade website allows me to sell my products online and to present the workshop and the repair and customization services for electric guitar pickups.

Obviously, this is only the beginning, the range of 9 pickup sets currently available will grow larger over the weeks. There will be new proposals for finishes, custom and more custom to offer the most customizable and original pickup possible. New products, accessories and kit to make your own pickups will also see the light of day. In particular kits for winding PAF 1958 style with butyrate coils, raw Alnico 2, 3 or 4 magnets, screws and slug in 1010 steel and Plain Enamel wire, all made in the USA, of course!

In development for 3 months, the new rail humbucker pickups will also make their appearance before the end of January. A small article will be devoted to them in the coming days.

To end this small launch, a small announcement: the prices, more than reasonable, will increase, while remaining fair and representative of the work done, from February 1, 2021. If you have a little desire, now is the time, the 2020 prices are online until January 31st midnight!

If you ever have a question about microphones, yours, those of others (Joe Bonamassa, Gibson, Fender, Bare Knuckle …), do not hesitate to contact me.

Doing everything alone is good, but you also have to know how to get help. I would therefore like to warmly thank Nicolas Sorel, author by profession, for writing the presentation text for the workshop and for his corrections.

Happy New Year to you, hoping that the clubs, bars, concert halls, and shows in general, will reopen very quickly and that our life, cultural above all, will resume its normal course.