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FS Seymour Duncan Design (NEW)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by jazzyitalian, Jan 18, 2014.


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  1. jazzyitalian

    jazzyitalian Supporting Member

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    SOLD.

    These are the SD designed off shore built Jazz Pickups. They are made to spec for any fender jazz bass body with the traditional pick up routes.

    The pickups are brand new and we did hear them before removing them to make sure they were in working order.

    They have a really decent sound given the fact that they are considered to be more of a economical pickup. Not a bad sound at all. They kind of reminded me of the US made SJB-2 that Seymour Duncan makes in the US.

    This is going to be nice for a home spun build, frankenbass or other hybrid mod you might be trying out. There is about 6-7 inches of wire.

    Lets say $23 shipped to anywhere in the continental US, (screws are included). Pay Pal preferred.

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  2. JdoubleH

    JdoubleH Scented meat Supporting Member

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    Pm'd.. Any idea what year VM they came from?
  3. jazzyitalian

    jazzyitalian Supporting Member

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    I don't exactly know because I didn't ask about the year. The body that had these pickups originally had a production date stamp in the pocket of 2010. That much I remember. I don't know whether that is indicative of the pickups being made the same year, before or after. But's what I know.

    Also the lead wires have cloth coverings which is some what of a revisited concept from the 50's and 60's.
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    jazzyitalian Supporting Member

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