All my mics are handcrafted in very similar 50s/60s conditions with tools mostly made by myself.
I use the best materials available on the market while keeping artisanal manufacturing methods in order to produce high quality microphones, not subject to industrial winding managed by machines.
My winding methods are based on well-defined geometric structures and an "airy" winding which gives the particularities of warmth and dynamics on my range of vintage microphones for example.
Then, the entire magnetization cycle of the magnets is carried out by hand in my workshop to guarantee total control of the balance of my microphones.
According to your desire and according to my models, the waxing step is also carried out micro by micro and by hand, this step is very important and requires for me a very particular attention for an optimum tonal quality.
My vulcanized fiber microphone bases are made in my workshop using a laser machine to guarantee independent and qualitative production.
The vulcanized fiber bases conform to the manufacture of stratocaster, telecaster, jazzmaster etc. microphones. are cut in my workshop using a laser machine, guaranteeing independent and qualitative production.
As for the metal bases used, among other things, for humbuckers, P90s, etc. I practice an Asyllum Pickups tree of life logo engraving process on imitation leather.
You will receive your pickups in a nice premium box with the design of the tree of life from Asyllum Pickups.