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Seymour Duncan Silver Special Hot Rodded Humbucker Set Limited Edition
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Includes an SH-2 Jazz (neck) and SH-4 (bridge). Sleek nickel covers and gold pole pieces. Strong definition with bold, dense tone make them great fo...Click To Read More About This Product
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Includes an SH-2 Jazz (neck) and SH-4 (bridge). Sleek nickel covers and gold pole pieces. Strong definition with bold, dense tone make them great for everything from blues-rock to metal.
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I installed these in a Schecter Gryphon. The stock pups were the Duncan Design HB-103's that really did no justice for this guitar, they were to fuzzy or tinny sounding so it was time for a change. With a Mahogany body the JB and Jazz pickups in this set are a perfect match. I've placed the standard Hot Rodded set in 2 other guitars I own, an LP and 335 and they sound great. Now the Siver edition have covers that the others dont have and seems to smooth out the edge just a bit and it really boosted the looks of the Gryphon. With my expierence with Seymour Duncans, the 59, Pearly Gates, JB, Jazz, and the sh-6 Distortion pickups they all work well with pedals or your amps second channels and the clean channel as well. All in all the Hot Rodded set can handle tons of gain or the clean channel with know problem what so ever. Highly reccommended.
These Seymour Duncan Hot Rodded Humbucking pickups are excellent! I have them in my Ibanez RG, and they make it sound like a much more expensive guitar. They are a perfect match for my Marshall DSL 401. very warm and full sounding, yet plenty of clarity for individual notes and searing leads. Take the best elements from a vintage Gibson, and a PRS, and combine them. That's what you get with these.
I have an Epiphone Les Paul Special that I received for Christmas last year. This is a great guitar. Neck is good and feels right on me. The open coil 'buckers were o.k., but I wanted more zapp. As soon as I saw the Silver Specials I wanted them. Installed them myself and now I have one of the hottest and best sounding 'Pauls I have ever played. Great sustain tone and now I can get those Billy F. Gibbons harmonics. Mr. Seymour Duncan you and your company rock man! I also put 3 of your single coils in my Strat.