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Which type is my Stingray's pickup?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by aviador, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. aviador

    aviador

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    Well I have a Stingray 4 model 2011
    Which type is the factory pickup?
  2. Freddels

    Freddels Musical Anarchist Supporting Member

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    It's an alnico humbucker.

    Some people will change out the stock pickup for a Nordstrand MM pickup.
  3. aviador

    aviador

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    And what's the brand of the stock pickup?
    Is it Seymour Duncan?
  4. 77 StingRayBass

    77 StingRayBass

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    STOCK Ernie Ball StingRay Alnico...
    Unless somebody changed it out...
  5. Musicman20

    Musicman20

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    It's their own pickup. They make them in their factory.
  6. aviador

    aviador

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    I'm thinking just for curiosity to change the stock pickup.
    Nordstrand mm4.2 or Duncan SMB-4A?
    What are the main differences between them?
  7. Musicman20

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    Is there a reason for it? The EBMM pickup is perfect for the pre-amp and proper Ray tone.

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