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EMG Select 5 string Jazz pickups

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by srvlives4evr, Nov 26, 2013.


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  1. srvlives4evr

    srvlives4evr Supporting Member

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    Cleaning out some more and found these. A pair of EMG Select passive 5 string Jazz bass pickups. One long, one short set. Not sure what they were initially in, maybe an 80's Ibanez. Used condition, but cheap $18, Shipped CONUS I own no jazz basses anymore so if you want them they are yours. I can get additional information if you like :bassist: Trades? Sure! Offers? Yes! Want gone!

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    Wat are their dimensions?
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    Upon a little research, I believe these are known as the EMG SEJ set and they are for both 4 and 5 string basses. I believe that they would be the standard J (1 long, 1 short)size that EMG makes. I have attached a picture courtesy of EMG that shows many dimensions of there active LJ and SJ which I have verified are equal with these pups.

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    on hold pending receipt of payment
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