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Seymour Duncan Pegasus/Sentient Humbucker Pickup Set
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Combine the medium output Pegasus in the neck position with the clarity of the Sentient in the bridge position, and you have what is fast becoming a ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Gives your 6-string more zing.
Combine the medium output Pegasus in the neck position with the clarity of the Sentient in the bridge position, and you have what is fast becoming a very popular Seymour Duncan set. Designed to compliment the high gain available in modern amps, these medium output pickups have the detail you need while retaining the tightness needed for the most progressive of metals. These is for a 6-string guitar..
Help boost your guitar's tone with this speical set.
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Comments about Seymour Duncan Pegasus/Sentient Humbucker Pickup Set:
I got these pickups to replace the stock pickups which where Seymour Duncan JB/Jazz combo. I wanted something that better fit my own style and had more character in the high notes on the Bridge pickup in particular.
I'm very happy with them. The Pegasus is as advertised a great pickup at giving each string a good full range of sound while still allowing for chords to sound like they should. My previous Bridge pickup sounded a little flat in the high notes even with bends and other Technics that should have added more depth. The Pegasus fixed this and is as good if not better at everything else as the JB was.
My old Neck pickup (a Jazz) was never really an issue but the sentient sounds even better to me. A bit less bitty perhaps but very clean and expressive.
I honestly could see this combo become a popular combo for not only the Technic oriented Metalhead types it was designed for but for many styles.
Seymour Duncan might just have made an even more desirable pickup combo than the already popular JB/Jazz combo. For me anyway they are everything those where but better.
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