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Seymour Duncan JB Model 7-String Pickup Black 

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Overview

  • Precisely balanced coil configuration
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    $114.00
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    - $34.05
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    $7995

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Seymour Duncan

Roll a 7 with signature Duncan tone.

Precisely balanced coil configuration for rich harmonics and hot output with great sustain and smooth distortion. From sweet warm tones to raw rock 'n' roll, this pickup will revitalize your guitar. 4-conductor wiring for series, split, parallel, and "out of phase" wiring possibilities.

Features

  • Precisely balanced coil configuration

This pickup has been called "perhaps the best humbucker out there." Order today. You won't be disappointed!

 
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Seymour DuncanJB Model 7-String Pickup
 
5.0

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5.0

7 string JB

By MXR fan

from NY,NY

Comments about Seymour Duncan JB Model 7-String Pickup:

I put this in a special edition epiphone 7 string flying V and the guitar is a monster now. I actually paired it with a full shred neck model I had lying around and they make a pretty well balanced set in this guitar. The stock bridge pickup was nasally with mids that were so prominent as to over power the highs and lows..also had uncontrollable feedback at moderate gain levels. It didn't matter if I was across the room or right in front of the amp...I'd get a ton of squeal and air interference. The JB is very well shielded and I can control any feedback by just putting my palm across the strings.
Once I had the string action and pickup height set right I got a thick punchy sound that had a fairly even balance across the board. Very responsive to pick dynamics.
I've actually tried the JB in other guitars and was not as impressed which makes me think it's better suited to guitars with lighter bodies and made from less dense wood. The V is Korina with a Mahogany neck. My other guitars (2 schecter C7 blackjacks and a SE 7 string epi les paul) all have Bare Knuckles in them which are awesome but about twice as expensive as the Duncan. Over all I'm glad I went with the JB for this guitar.
4 conductor wiring is the only way to go if you want options. Wish you could get them with a cover.
Every Duncan pickup I've ever used has had great build quality.
Best mass produced pickup for the money.

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5.0

THE pickup.

By MXR fan

from NY,NY

Comments about Seymour Duncan JB Model 7-String Pickup:

There is a reason this pickup is so popular. It is versatile enough to do just about any style and it does them all very well. The fact that it comes in a 7 string version is awesome since I play 7's exclusively. The tone is clear and brilliant with a flat EQed amp and the bottom is huge yet tight. It feels and sounds very professional in my opinion or, in other words, it won't help you cover up sloppy technique but if you really know how to play it will make good chops sound like a million bucks. Through a clean amp the pickup is smooth, with great body and chime to the high end. Moderate to high gain overdrive; the pickups are articulate, with great sustain and lows that rival any other pickup I've ever heard. They are not noisy either until you crank the gain to obscene levels, which I don't ever do. This pickup sounds pretty good when split too.

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5.0

Professional tone, fat highs.

By Kyle Valenti

from Roswell, NM

Comments about Seymour Duncan JB Model 7-String Pickup:

Bridge position of an Ibanez RG7621 (strings through body, bolt-on, Ernie Ball 10's). Deep and heavy, with clear articulation of each note, even with much distortion. Fat, singing, clear highs with lots of sustain. Warm, crunchy midrange. Great string-to-string balance. Wouldn't change a thing.

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