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Gibson Burstbucker Type 2 Humbucker PickupDouble
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The Burstbucker Type 2 humbucker is wound in the range of Gibson's '57 Classic for replica sound. Unpolished magnets and non-potted coils, just like ...Read More
The Burstbucker Type 2 humbucker is wound in the range of Gibson's '57 Classic for replica sound. Unpolished magnets and non-potted coils, just like the original. Slightly hotter than the BurstBucker 1, the 2 works well in the bridge position with a BurstBucker 1 in the neck position.
On the shop floor of the original Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the earliest Gibson "Patent Applied For" humbuckers were wound using imprecise machines, resulting in pickups with varying degrees of output and tone. The BurstBucker line of pickups represents Gibson's drive to recapture the magic of the original "Patent Applied For" humbuckers. First introduced in the early 1990s, the Gibson BurstBucker - Types 1, 2, and 3 - successfully captured the subtle variations of true, classic humbucker tone with historically "unmatched" bobbin windings and Alnico II magnets. They produce an airy, full tone, and when overdriven they achieve a magical distortion with the slightly enhanced highs that made the originals famous. BurstBucker Type 1 features a lower output, excellent for the neck position. BurstBucker Type 2 features medium output, and is perfect for both positions. BurstBucker Type 3 is overwound and hot, which is typically ideal for the bridge position. None of the BurstBuckers are wax potted, and all feature vintage braided two-conductor wiring.
The pickup that defined the legendary '59 Les Paul sound.
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Comments about Gibson Burstbucker Type 2 Humbucker PickupDouble:
I don't usually comment but these can't just sit here with no rating.I own 4 Les Pauls and I have actual PAF pickups that I have had for 50 years. I have these BB 1 & 2 in my 2010 R 7 and I bought the same here at MF for a new R 9 I just got that came with Custombuckers. As I have said I know PAF's . These are the REAL real deal, yes better than Custombuckers AND 50 year old real original Gibson PAF,s. If you have a Les Paul or other fine Gibson guitar, this is the sound you want if your looking for the tones made by the guitar legends from the 60,s and 70's. The BB's are the best Pups ever made by Gibson,I know because I have all of them.
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