Video GFS MM Pro Plus Alnico vs EB Alnico MM vs Seymour Duncan Ceramic MM

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by otis_thick, Jan 3, 2015.

  1. Hello all! The video is not really a A vs B thing but just to let people hear the pickups! Because description of the specs., I decided to give the GFS Alnico MM Pro Plus PuPs a shot and did a before and after type of video! IMHO they are a huge bargain! Peace OT
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  2. Thanks Otis..... I ordered a GFS MM pro plus yesterday for my SUB Ray4 and it's good to hear you think they're so good.
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  3. Thanx for watching! Please Subscribe Like and SHARE the videos! Peace!
  4. 70'sRockChild

    70'sRockChild Guest

    May 4, 2014
    San Diego, Ca
    Hi, Any update. I have a SubRay4. I like the existing pickup but am always open to improvements.
  5. Yep - I really like it. I've added a 3-way series/split/resister-split switch and that makes it really versatile.
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  6. KJMO


    Feb 6, 2015
    It makes me wonder about impartiality of the review when there is a drum backing track during the GFS pickup and not during the original. It reminds me of those before/after pics where people are smiling, have make up, and are dressed nicer in the "after" picture.
  7. Geri O

    Geri O Endorsing Artist, Mike Lull Guitars and Basses Gold Supporting Member

    Sep 6, 2013
    Florence, MS
    I knew this going in...

    In every case, I prefer the sound of the ceramic pup (going by the labels in the video). This is so strange, I've been wanting to hear the Seymour Duncan Basslines MM ceramic pup for an upcoming MM-Style bass I"m having built. This test, perhaps unintentionally, has sold me on them.

    Don't get me wrong, the GuitarFetish pups sound really good. But I have a serious bent for the ceramic-pup sound combined with the 3-band preamp, as what was in the 1998 MM SR5 I used to have.