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Seymour Duncan spb-3 quarter pounder Is this a good choice?

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by shawshank72, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. shawshank72


    Mar 22, 2009
    I bit the bullet and bought these(65$) off ebay, couldnt resist cheap price. Has anyone ever used these on a pbass? Does the promise of fantastic punch and deep low end ring true?:meh:
  2. robert43


    Jun 5, 2007
    Hi I have a SX P bass & I have had SX pickups , MIJ Fender pickups , SD active pickups ( cant rember the model had 3 little switchs . & the SD 1/4 pounders.
    The 1/4 pounders are the best by far.
    My son Stingray knock off bass we put in SD 1/4 pounders in & they are great.
    You wount be sorry
  3. 62bass


    Apr 3, 2005
    I've been using the Quarter Pounder in my old P bass for about 10 years now. I like it better than the stock pickup and a DiMarzio I tried. Better lows, thicker mids and still plenty of highs. It works good for all styles of music. Particularly nice with Thomastic flatwounds.
  4. kirkm24


    Jan 1, 2007
    Columbus, Ohio
    I had one in a cheap Ibanez P bass I used to own and it really breathed new life into that bass. The output was noticeably higher than the active EMG's I had in my Jazz bass at the time.
  5. Yes... have had them in three basses, they were great in all of them.
  6. NortyFiner

    NortyFiner Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 23, 2008
    Portsmouth VA USA
    I have Quarter Pounders in my Fender Aerodyne, and I am very happy with the SPB-3. "Strong output" is understating what it does...

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