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The Seymour Duncan Antiquity II Surf for Strat would be equally comfortable in the smoky clubs of Chicago's West Side as hanging ten at the Malibu Pier. The Antiquity II Surfer is hailed by many members of the Seymour Duncan User Group Forum as the ultimate pickup for vintage Strat chime and quack. Whether you play Blues, West Side Soul, Surf, or Jangle Pop, the Surfer has the sweet highs and percussive lows to give you and your Strat a Free Ride on the Way Back Machine without sacrificing output or versatility.
The Antiquity II Surf for Strat RWRP is designed for the middle position and works with the neck and bridge pickups to mimic humbuckers in the 2nd and 4th notches of a 5-way switch.
To some, this is craziness, intentionally creating an aged electrical component. But if you're like Seymour Duncan, and you appreciate the personal commitment and hand craftsmanship found in early electric guitars, then you'll want to capture that timeless beauty with an Antiquity pickup.
Add new vintage tone to your axe. Order today.
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Comments about Seymour Duncan Antiquity II Surf Pickup For Strat RWRP (middle position):
i could not have been more satisfied with my choice of this pup for the middle. outstanding. real sensitive to the touch. it allows me to easily find and vary the tone i am looking for. this might be the only strat i ever have for myself. i love it!
this is what a middle strat pickup is supposed to sound like in my opinion. often times, i find that the middle pup on a strat sounds too much like the neck and really doesnt have a unique voice of its own. this pup is different. i have NEVER heard a pickup so balanced ever. perfect amount of lows, mids, and highs. smooth enough for both rythem and lead (though i prefer it for rythem). simply amazing. and it gives superb 2 and 4 positions for those great phase tones. very usable.
its a duncan. i have never seen or heard of a problem. no exception here.