So according to the manual, inductance measurement runs for resistance values under 2K1R if I got that right.

Guitar pickups are typically above 5KR and inductance of several H's (2H, 4H etc..)

Does that mean that this device will not be capable of reading pickup inductance? Here's the one I ordered https://www.ebay.es/itm/112527481729

Yep, it won't try to measure the inductance when the resistance is larger then 2k. For those kind of measurements I'd suggest to get a proper LCR meter.

Thank you madires.

How about this "sampling ADC" method described in section 3.10 of the manual?

With the samplingADC method a resonant frequency

of coils can be detected with greater inductance values. If this effect is noticeable, the frequency and

the quality factor Q of the coil is shown additionally in line 3.

The method of resonant frequency measurement can also be used for the determination of the

inductance value, if a sufficient big capacitor mith know capacity value is connected parallel to a little

inductance (<2mH). With a parallel connected capacitor the normal measurement of inductance

can no more operate well. If the resonant frequency let assume a parallel connected capacitor, the

inductance of the normal measurement is not shown and the resistance value is shown in line 1. For

this resonant circuit the quality factor Q is also computed and shown behind the frequency value in

line 3. You can identify this type of measurement with the inductance value at the first position of

line 2, followed by the text ” if ” and the value of the assumed parallel capacity. The value of this

3 10 ? 30nF (L)).

parallel capacitor can currently only be set with the calibration function (1

For displays with only two lines, the content for the third line is shown time-delayed in line 2.