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Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup White Neck

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Designed to impart all of the warm, smooth tone of an old 1959 Patent-Applied-For humbucker.

Plus, it's a direct replacement for single coils. With an even, dynamic response and adjustable pole pieces, it allows the guitarist to fine tune the string balance and dial in just the right amount of punch. A whole set of Little '59s will deliver a rich, open sound; or a bridge Little '59 matched up with Duckbuckers in the neck and middle will provide a best-of-both-worlds '59 Les Paul and '57 Strat tone.

FEATURES
  • Direct replacement, single-coil size
  • Sound of a '59 humbucker
  • Adjustable pole pieces
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Seymour DuncanLittle 59er Pickup
 
4.5

(based on 38 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (25)

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    (10)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good quality (12)
  • Improves sound (11)
  • Easy to use (6)
  • Functional (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (8)
  • Concerts (7)
  • Back-up (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (7), Experienced (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Little 59er Strat Bridge

I wanted to get a bigger sound in the bridge of my 97 american strat without changing the pickguard. I tried the Little 59 and I was shocked. It really sounds like a vintage...Read complete review

I wanted to get a bigger sound in the bridge of my 97 american strat without changing the pickguard. I tried the Little 59 and I was shocked. It really sounds like a vintage PAF. I use Fender 250K pots with the tone pot having the no load feature. It works into my 70 Princeton, 57 Deluxe Clone and DSL50 Marshall too. My overdrive pedal with the Fenders is a Fulldrive or Blues Driver. My other pickups are the Dimarzio Area 58 neck and a vintage fender single coil in the middle. I tap the 59 in the notch position and it quacks really well with the true single coil in the middle. It is also very quiet. The Dimarzio Area pickups are great when you want single coil tone, but I think the Little 59 is a great pickup if you want PAF tone in the bridge. If you need more versatility from your strat then you should try this pickup. It Looks Good Too!

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Great pickup but problems exist

Seymour Duncan makes great sounding pickups. I don't worry about the sound. The problem is the case on this pickup is not the same as what is pictured. The case is good and...Read complete review

Seymour Duncan makes great sounding pickups. I don't worry about the sound. The problem is the case on this pickup is not the same as what is pictured. The case is good and looks solid but it does not match the exact model on the product description page. I will be pairing this pickup with another of the same model that I purchased 2 years ago. I'll get by but if I was modding a guitar for a client I would be very disappointed. Purely cosmetic complaint but it might be an issue for some.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good but ...

By modeeper

from Guadalajara MX

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Deff A Good Build
  • Good Quality

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Middle

Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

I've had several of these over the years. They work well but especially in the middle. Don't know why but they do. I guess I like midrange crunch.

The trick to being happy with this pickup (and others like it) is to install the full set. This is so much louder than the SCs you left in there you'll never get a sweet balance.

Sure, you can lower the PU to where it loses output at the cost of chunch, and crunch is what this PU does best.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Best of the Line

By VoxBox

from Ocean City, NJ

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Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

Certainly if you're shopping for a single-coil sized humbucker you've seen the others-JbJR and HotRails Etc. Take it from me I have those 3 I feel this is the best of the bunch. It has the overall best BALANCED tone and doesn't change the character of your guitar. You can't clean up the Hot Rails and you can't tame the JbJr but this one gets the tone just right and doesn't make your strat pretend its something its not.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best Strat Bridge Pickup Ever!!

By Jason the Bender of Steel

from San Jose, CA

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Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

I needed a pickup with more beefy rock tone so I bought this to replace the stock bridge single coil in my Mexican Strat. The tone is signature humbucking rock tone without the overwhelming output of most humbuckers. In fact it balances nicely with the other two stock pickups. I have the best of both worlds now, Hard Rock/Metal rhythms and signature Fender Blues tone all in the same guitar. I can't put my strat down now. Can't wait to get to the next gig with it!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

PERFORMS AS EXPECTED

By Threpny Bits

from North Jersey

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Pros

  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

    Firstly, my ideal pickup in the bridge is a burstbucker 3.
    I put this in my highway one strat in the bridge, along with two other tx specials. I like the way it thickens your tone, but doesn;t make it muddy like a 490T. The pickup retains an edgy-ness about it. I had it setup to be split, but when playing live (i am the only guitar player) I leave it on hubucking mode cause it really doesnt get to thick for playing tunes which normally require a single coil in teh bridge.

    Do not expect anything like a gibson burstbucker or anything like that. This is just a decent pickup that will thicken up your tone so you dont sound twangy playing harder rock tunes.

    Overall you can't be dissappointed with this pickup unless you expect too much.

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Really sweet sound!!!

    By CCOG

    from West Virginia

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    Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

    Great sound. I bought one of these for my '87 American Standard Strat in the mid nineties. Liked it so much I got another...then another, The Little '59 is good in all 5 positions on the Strat. It's as punchy or as mellow as you want it to be. I love the Little '59 so much I got 1 for the bridge position of my American Standard Tele. Buy this pickup...you'll love it!!!

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Made differently than the old ones, same sound tho

    By Johnny Stink

    from Kansas City

    Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

    I think the new construction type is supposed to be glued into the cover or something. Mine slipped out. Maybe I just don't understand the correct way to mount. B/c I use Planet Waves tuners I wasted a set of strings to get the pickguard back off and fix the problem with electrical tape. This on a day when I was in a panic to learn a bunch of songs for a rehearsal (this is what I do for a living). Maybe I just don't understand how to mount them - better read the manual and/or call Duncan before you install. Other than that this is one of my all-time favorite pickups. It has its own character. Makes a strat sound so fat, but in a good, usable, musical way. In the neck it can really pass for a PAF or a strat depending on tone. In the bridge it pretty much sounds like what it is, which is awesome. I have many of these. I like bridge model in bridge AND neck positions, and a hand wound strat pickup in the middle.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Exactly what I was looking for

    By TexAxeSlinger

    from Dallas, TX

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    Pros

    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

      I just swapped this into the neck position on my '98 Lonestar Strat. It sounds Fabulous!
      It was a direct replacement, so no modifying of any kind. I wanted to make my Lonestar even more versatile than it already was and this did the trick. It has a completely full humbucker sound. With the 5 way superswitch on the Lonestar, it splits into a single coil on position 4 (neck and middle single coil). So you can still get your "quack" on. I ordered it with the free shipping on Monday and it arrive on Saturday morning. Great deal all the way around!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Little 59er Strat Bridge

      By Mack

      from Tullahoma, TN

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Concerts
        • Practicing

        Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

        I wanted to get a bigger sound in the bridge of my 97 american strat without changing the pickguard. I tried the Little 59 and I was shocked. It really sounds like a vintage PAF. I use Fender 250K pots with the tone pot having the no load feature. It works into my 70 Princeton, 57 Deluxe Clone and DSL50 Marshall too. My overdrive pedal with the Fenders is a Fulldrive or Blues Driver. My other pickups are the Dimarzio Area 58 neck and a vintage fender single coil in the middle. I tap the 59 in the notch position and it quacks really well with the true single coil in the middle. It is also very quiet. The Dimarzio Area pickups are great when you want single coil tone, but I think the Little 59 is a great pickup if you want PAF tone in the bridge. If you need more versatility from your strat then you should try this pickup. It Looks Good Too!

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Best so far

        By Terrible Tom

        from Louisiana

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Good Quality
        • Improves Sound

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

            Best I've tried in the bridge position on my strat. Tried about 10 different pickups before I bought the lil 59er. I have dimarzio areas in neck and mid and everything else either sounded too thin and bright or just didn't have enough output. This pickup impresses me. High notes are thicker. Lows are fat and chunky. It has a nice smooth growl with some gain and great bells and chime with the area 58.

            (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Good tone, not the Mecca, worth the mony

            By Threpny Bits

            from North Jersey

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            • Good Quality
            • Improves Sound

            Cons

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                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                Just had this installed yesterday on my 2008 highway strat. Very happy with it. The tone is not too fat, or muddy, but it is also not gleaming like a burstbucker (which are my favorite). Its between a traditional humbucker (ie 57 classic) and a P90. I needed this pick-ups because I needed a humbucker with tremolo. lespauls and SGs with a whammy bar are hard to find (not a fan of PRS SE, ESP, Schetcher, Ibanez). And whats great is it still sounds very Stratty. I can play Sweet Home Ala, and then the next song could be Rebel Yell. it sounds good for both situations. This will help keep my baby (les paul standard) at home, away from beer spills and stupid band mates that knock over your stuff. I gave it 4 stars since it is not a "pure nirvana" pick-up.

                (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Good, but let's be honest...

                By Stickle

                from Ruidoso, NM

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                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                It is a good pickup, sounds close to a vintage humbucker, I wish it were a little brighter tonally. I have it in the bridge of a modified MIM Strat and I like it, I just wish it had more treble bite & twang to go with the other pickups in the set. Im also not impressed with the way the insides mount into the cover, but that's being picky. With 4 conductor wiring, pickups don't really get more options... Finally, I think it should be about $10 cheaper like similar pickups from Dimarzio.

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                A great buy for any vintage Gibson fan

                By teleplaster

                from Santa Monica, California

                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                This pickup is neat because of its adjustable pole peices. For a vintage 60's sound, the pole can be lowered, and for a more early, iggy and the stooges, MC5, AC/DC, and live Rolling Stones sound - you can raise the pole pieces for extra punch. It's way good!!

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Great for all 3 pickups on a Strat

                By Marks Davidson

                from Birmingham Alabama

                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                If you want your strat to have some serious ump, put 3 of these bad boys in there. Neck, Middle and Bridge. I just ordered a second set for my Mexican Strat. I tried the duckbucker combo and the David Gilmors, but nothing beats 3 of these mini 59's. They sound great in the 2 & 4 if you want some quack or full on in 1, 3, & 5. I get a really cool tone using just the middle pickup. Try it, you won't regret it.

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                lil 59 in the neck is nice

                By RectoRocker

                from Arkansas

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                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                This pickup is one of my top 5 I've ever owned. It has a little more mids than a regualr '59 model and is brighter than the neck pickup on my Les Paul Standard. The added brightness gives is a great 'bite.'The only complaint I have is that the pole pieces do not match up with the strings. The high e and low E are wider on strats than the pole pieces on the pickups. This translates into a bit more mids and bends on the high and low e's can tend to 'swell' as they come closer to the pole. Not a problem for me, but if you are extreemely picky, look elsewhere.

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Don't listen to them!!!

                By bigdeltablues.com-N3WDb

                from Concord, CA.

                Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                This pickup is a sweet addition to any Strat.(Lil59 in bridge position)Normal bridge position singles are thin and with much high end.This brings more midrange and overall tone to the table and the volume balance between pickups is very even. Combined with Texas Specials in the middle and neck positions, you can go from from singing solos to country clean with your 5-way switch.For you hobbyists out there, please stop rating products with 15 watt solid state amps.GEEZ!

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Transformed my Strat

                By Jim the Racer

                from Carlisle, PA

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Good Quality
                • Improves Sound
                • makes it a Go To Guitar

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Backup
                  • Concerts
                  • jazz
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                  I had the Little 459er bridge and neck pickups installed. leaving the middle strat pickup in place. i get creditable jazz humbucking sound out of the bridge pickup, despite the solid guitar body. The neck pickup gives a real 59 humbucking sound ( i would know, as i own a genuine 1959 335 dotneck-not a reissue). For the chord funk or surf sound the Fender middle pickup does the job. The out of phase positions sound great, too. When you don't want to leave a 59 335 up on a band stage, my Strat now has me covered.

                  (1 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  3.0

                  Great pickup but problems exist

                  By Mark

                  from Brooklyn

                  About Me Professional Musician

                  Verified Buyer

                  Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                  Seymour Duncan makes great sounding pickups. I don't worry about the sound. The problem is the case on this pickup is not the same as what is pictured. The case is good and looks solid but it does not match the exact model on the product description page. I will be pairing this pickup with another of the same model that I purchased 2 years ago. I'll get by but if I was modding a guitar for a client I would be very disappointed. Purely cosmetic complaint but it might be an issue for some.

                  (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  beautful sound and even looks nice

                  By Dr Rocks

                  from Minnesota

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                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Functional
                  • Good Quality
                  • Improves Sound

                  Cons

                  • None

                  Best Uses

                  • Backup
                  • Concerts
                  • Everyday Playing
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                  I recently picked up an older made in Taiwan Yamaha pac412 for less than a hundred at a the pawn shop. the hardware was very solid quality the guitar was beautiful. Neck is straight, tuners, frets and bridge all work great and after I set it up the action was spot on, but the pick-ups were weak. I was very happy with it cuz I just wanted a beater that played well enough so that I didn't have to keep getting out the expensive guitar USA made JTV59 when the grand kids are here. Kids can turn an expensive toy into a broken dream in seconds. I have always had a few guitars around, but when I retired and moved into a smaller place I've sold them all or given to the kids except for the JTV. I still have boxes full of pickups and parts so I decided to upgrade the sound on this guitar. At first I just put an old Seymour Duncan 59 in the bridge and it made such a difference that I wanted to cut out a bigger hole and put it in the neck and put a JB in the bridge like I used to do with my LP's. I came on musiciansfriend just looking for a push/pull pot and the JB pickup and I saw the Lil' 59 so I called up and asked about it and the sales person was so great he offered me fifteen percent off my whole order for a Black Friday deal even though it was a week before Black Friday, so I ordered both pickups and a few other little things just to take advantage of the fifteen percent deal. The pickup fit perfectly so I wouldn't have to cut the pickguard and the wiring options still let me use the coil splitting. once I got the JB in the bridge and a fender tex-mex in the middle I was set to go, but I never could have imagined how amazing it would sound. The Lil' 59 blew my mind so warm and still powerful to scream and when mixed with the middle it has this amazing tele kick to it and when I split it, it sounds nice and clean like an expensive strat. With everything I put into this guitar it still cost less than two fifty and a couple ppl at church think I spent well over a grand cuz it now became my choir guitar because its so light and easy to play and sounds beautiful with the Lil'59. I've been playing everyday again because of this guitar and Lil'59 and the JB cuz when I leave church I can go home and jam out some Priest or Pantera. People if you want a great humbucking pickup for a single slot this is it. You can coil tap so you can take a 5-way selector and turn it into a 9-way selection so you can go from church choir clean to an Iron Maiden scream. and buy at musiciansfriend they really know how to take care of you.

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Compare other choices by pick-up makers

                  By Haldoray

                  from new york

                  About Me Professional Musician

                  Pros

                  • Good Quality
                  • Improves Sound

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                      I bought this model back around the year 2000 in an effort to achieve a slicing sound for leads. most rhythem playing for me is in the 1 or 4 position on a 5 way selector. For me this pick up works much better in the neck. It has a nice clean ,rounder sound for blues ,jazz,& also works well for coping a Gibson-esc sound. But for the bridge position there are many better choices for fatness, cut, and more punch in your lead position. It's a good pick-up,Un-Strat like, however better choices exist. If you're a Duncan fan, I'd suggest a 1/4 pounder. If DiMarzio ( my Choice,)try virtual heavy blues, or a red velvet. You'll be happier.

                      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      adds beef to my Strat

                      By Vox 847 wah is better

                      from Boston, MA USA

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                      Comments about Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup:

                      I installed this in the bridge position of my Strat this evening, and while the instructions weren't much help - I found a clearer explanation on Seymour Duncan's website - once I got it in, it sounds sweet! My Strat still sounds like a Strat, but it's tone has more body to it, and ZERO 60-cycle hum. Cleans are warm and articulate, and the dirty stuff is crunchy, but not muddy. It's not a HOT pup by any means; if you want that, look elsewhere. This is just sweet warm TONE.

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