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Seymour Duncan Jeff Loomis Blackouts 6-String Humbucker Guitar Pickup Set
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Custom-voiced by Jeff Loomis and inspired by high-output passive humbuckers, this dynamic active pickup set is all about clarity, attack and body.Des...Click To Read More About This Product
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Clarity, attack and body.
Custom-voiced by Jeff Loomis and inspired by high-output passive humbuckers, this dynamic active pickup set is all about clarity, attack and body.
Jeff Loomis knows what he wants to hear from his guitar, whether playing solo or as a member of iconic metal bands like Arch Enemy and Conquering Dystopia. When he set out to design his signature Blackouts set, Jeff wanted pickups that would remain clear under heavy distortion. This set offers a strong attack to maintain detail when he plays fast, and with enough sustain and dynamics to keep up with his advanced legato and picking techniques.
- DCR: 0
- Magnet: Alnico 5
- Cable: 1C + battery wire
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- Easy To Use
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
Comments about Seymour Duncan Jeff Loomis Blackouts 6-String Humbucker Guitar Pickup Set:
I am EXTREMELY impressed with the Loomis Blackouts and they are hands down one of the best pickup sets I've put in any guitar, and I've used just about everything out there over the years, active and passive. They possess all the gain and drive and power of an active, yet with the clarity and harmonics of a passive. Truly the best of both worlds! These replaced a set of EMG's (81/85) in my Ibanez, and I could not believe the difference when I started playing the Blackouts. They absolutely destroyed and humiliated the EMG's. Everything rang out so much cleaner, every note could be clearly heard and articulated, yet with still fantastic grit and power to the overall sound. Over the years I was always a pretty big fan of EMG and thought they were an all around good pickup. However this is the second time I've had a set of Blackouts just absolutely make them look like garbage. Put a set of Blackout 8's in another Ibanez and had the same results, made the EMG's sound like a joke. So I am now officially converted to a Blackouts guy. They just feel like the evolution of actives while EMG feels and sound like they're 20 years in the past. The Loomis set is tremendous, great balance of highs, low and mids. They sound great clean, they are just fantastic! I guess I shouldn't really be surprised if they were made for someone as God-like as Loomis!! Can't recommend them enough!!