Seymour Duncan bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by kenjikun, Sep 1, 2009.


  1. kenjikun

    kenjikun

    Apr 27, 2008
    Japan
    What can you say about it? I see a lot of it on Japan auction but I notice it seems unpopular here at TB.
     
  2. wow,didn't even know they made a bass. Pics?
     
  3. kenjikun

    kenjikun

    Apr 27, 2008
    Japan
    Your wish is granted:D

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  4. That sounds interesting. Do they still make them?

    And are there any other kinds of them?
     
  5. Japan always gets the cool basses :D
     
  6. The Seymour Duncan basses are/were made by ESP, and only available on the Japanese market, which is probably why they are unpopular (or rather "seldom mentioned") here on the predominantly North American forum Talkbass. :) There has been at least one thread about those basses though, a few years ago, and I'm sure that they would have been very popular had they been sold world wide. They do look exquisite.
     
  7. Yea I mean the electronics have to be good comming from an electronics company,both ESP and Seymour Duncan. Man I do wish they made it over here. How much do they run for?
     
  8. I've used SD strings(a sales rep even sent a free set of Blue Steels when I couldn't find them locally :eek:), amps & most recently grabbed a Deja Vu delay pedal; all have been great stuff. Oh yeah- my 98 Warwick has a Duncan preamp; A/B'ed w/a stock preamp, it rips. Seymour Duncan for el presidente!
     
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