Like many of you, we've been working at home these days. We are very grateful to have the opportunity to serve so many great musicians & we are humbled by the support of the guitarist community. We believe in giving back & are a proud supporter of these online guitar forums. We also are proud to support the great charity Guitars for Vets. Keep an eye out for our charity auctions over on eBay. 100% of the proceeds goes to Guitars for Vets. We also will have a few contests this year to give away free sets here on the forums. We have so much fun and success doing it last year, we just can't wait to do it again. Our pickups are made one at time by hand right here in the USA. We are in rural area outside of San Diego and everyone out here has a barn or workshop on their property. In these abnormal times, we've been able to put the extra space to good use. Hopefully we are nearing the end of this horrible pandemic but we hope everyone out there will take good care of themselves until this nasty chapter is behind us. We always have a half dozen designs in the works. Some make it to market, while others come up short. Our rule is simple, if we wouldn't use it in our guitars, then we won't offer it to our customers. Most designs take a few years to dial in just right & spend much time in the hands of working pros so we can get proper feedback from guys that rely on top-notch tone to make their living. We will post some information below about new products. Check out our behind the scenes video. If you've ever seen one of the Virgil Arlo Pickups review, then you know how the pros feel about him. If you've played a set of his pickups, then you know the answer to the question "are Virgil Arlo Pickups worth it?". The Virgil Arlo Pickups price has really shot up since he retired from winding. The Virgil Arlo 1954 price has increased along with the Virgil Arlo 59 set and the Virgil Arlo 52 set. The prices of his one-off sets like HSS, P90's and P.A.F. Tele's also taken off.