Small Block 327

The Small Block 327 is the Grosh-inspired evolution of the traditional PAF-style humbucker with "a little more." Like the Small Block 302, the 327 is voiced to sound incredibly alive, organic and musical in all configurations and types of guitars but with a little more output. While still capturing the essence of the traditional PAF humbucker tone, the 327 has a little more "kick" to it but retains all harmonic content, openness, depth and clarity of the 302. Our most popular HH configuration is the 302 in the neck and 327 in the bridge, giving the player fat, rich and warm tones in all positions with a little more "push" in the bridge position. The tone is very organic and 3-dimensional with excellent string-to-string definition. Alnico V magnets. Output: ~8.4k neck, ~9.5k bridge. Available in nickel, black or zebra. All Grosh pickups are wax potted and handcrafted in our shop using only the highest quality components.

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Small Block 302 & 327 Humbucker Pickup Review, Guitar Player Magazine


ElectraJet, Small Block 302 Neck/327Bridge, by Sam Vilo


Grosh Retro Classic Overview, 60s Fat neck and middle, Small Block 327 bridge, video courtesy of Wildwood Guitars:

Electrajet, 60s Fat neck and middle, Small Block 327 bridge, Joe Gamble:

Electrajet, 60 Fats neck and middle, Small Block 327 bridge, Joe Gamble:

ElectraJet, Small Block 327, Small Block 302, ProGuitarShop:

DG-193, Small Block 302 Humbucker (Neck) and Small Block 327 Humbucker (Bridge) (pickups coil tapped in parts of video), Anton Theunissen:

ElectraJet, Small Block 302 Neck and 327 Bridge, Sam Vilo:

Don Grosh playing an ElectraJet Standard, Small Block 302 (neck) and 327 (bridge) pickups, video courtesy of Wildwood Guitars:

NOS Retro, 60s Fat single coils and Small Block 327 humbucker, Ede Wright of Wright Tone Guitars:


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