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Seymour Duncan SH-16 59Custom Hybrid Humbucker Pickup
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The SH-16 59Custom Hybrid is a medium output, gritty sounding humbucker that sparkles with upper midrange harmonic content. The brainchild of Seymour...Click To Read More About This Product
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Mismatched coils and Alnico 5 bar magnet for great low-end grit and grinding mids and plenty of of top-end bite.
The SH-16 59Custom Hybrid is a medium output, gritty sounding humbucker that sparkles with upper midrange harmonic content. The brainchild of Seymour Duncan's incredibly knowledgeable forum members, this humbucker is the result of experimental coil swapping in order to push into new tonal territory. The mismatched coils, and the Alnico 5 bar magnet keep the low end nice and tight, and give the mids a grind that is perfect for hard rock and metal. Plenty of crunch and bite on top as well. When split, you get the 59s 7k coil for a more distinct single-coil sound. Pair with the 59 neck or Jazz neck model for a nicely balanced setup..Hand-built in Santa Barbara, CA, the 59Custom Hybrid uses mismatched coils, an alnico 5 bar magnet, nickel silver bottom plate, 4-conductor lead wire for multiple wiring options, and is vacuum wax potted for squeal-free performance. Available in nickel- or gold-plated versions.
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Take your tone to new heights and lows with this great humbucker. Order now.
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Comments about Seymour Duncan SH-16 59Custom Hybrid Humbucker Pickup:
Sound is personal taste. That said after several years of guitars and buying pickups I finally found what I wanted. The way this pickup responds to your playing and the way it pulls the sound out and puts it in your face yet not to harsh is just great. Makes me want to play inspires and motivates me to play better cause it just sounds so darn good