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Bartolini BRP9CBJD-L1 Classic Jbass Dual Coil Deep Tone Long Bridge 4-String Bass Pickup
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The 9CBJD-L1 is the Fender Jazz Bass (J Bass) replacement 'long' pickup for the bridge position. It is highly respected by musicians and luthiers ali...Click To Read More About This Product
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The 9CBJD-L1 is the Fender Jazz Bass (J Bass) replacement 'long' pickup for the bridge position. It is highly respected by musicians and luthiers alike for its deep tone, strong lows, low mids tone. They feature a dual in-line humcanceling coil design.
The Classic Bass Series bass pickups are passive designs featuring an extended and more resonant frequency range. They have far more "air" and definition at the top without sacrificing lows and low mids. They are cast in epoxy to remove unwanted feedback and microphonics.
The lengths of the neck and bridge pickups in the original J-basses are not equal. The neck pickup is 3-5/8" long, which is slightly shorter than the bridge pickup, which is 3-3/4" long. Some modern designs, however, use two 'long' bridge-length pickups. In this configuration it is important to use the "LN" (long neck) pickup that is specifically designed to work in this position (do not use a bridge pickup in the neck position). Some (very few) use two 'short' neck length pickups. Please check the physical size of the pickups you want to replace to make sure the replacements fit properly.
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- Easy To Use
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- sounds great & hum cancelling
Comments about Bartolini BRP9CBJD-L1 Classic Jbass Dual Coil Deep Tone Long Bridge 4-String Bass Pickup:
Have used bartolini pickups for years & always liked the sound. Added active electronics to this bass. The P style bartolini was hum cancelling but the bridge wasn't so this worked out great. I'll save the old bartolini p/u for a passive bass..