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SEYMOUR DUNCAN SJBJ-1 JB JR. FOR STRAT

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$75.95
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0.50 LBS
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Product Description

SEYMOUR DUNCAN SJBJ-1 JB JR. FOR STRAT

Model: SJBJ-1
Category: Seymour Duncan Pickups for Strat Single Coil-Sized Humbuckers
DC Resistance:
Neck: 9.6 k
Bridge: 16.09 k
Resonant Peak:
Neck: 5 KHz
Bridge: 3.6 KHz
EQ: 5 / 6 / 4 (Treb / Mid / Bass)
Magnet: Ceramic Bar
Cable: Four Con.
Output:
High
User:
Players' Pick
Type:
Hum-Cancelling

application 
High output single-coil-size "rails" humbucker. Great for everything from heavy blues to heavy metal.

description 
This twin coil design pickup gives you the character of our popular JB™ model humbucker in a single-coil size. Its adjustable pole pieces more closely emulate the magnetic field of a full size humbucker and allow you to fine tune the balance of your strings. You can expect great harmonics and a sweet high-end. Compared to Hot Rails, the output is reduced and there's more treble response. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable. USA Patent No. Des. 355,207.

complete setup 
Available for both bridge and neck/middle positions; and in an incredibly versatile set with an SJBJ-1b JB Jr. in the bridge, an SDBR-1n Duckbuckers in the middle and an SL59-1n Little '59 in the neck.

guitars 
For all well-balanced instruments. Works equally well with maple and rosewood fingerboards.

available mods 
Choose white, black, cream and parchment housing.

players 
Joe Perry / Aerosmith, James Pennebaker / Delbert McClinton, Sebastien Lefebvre / Simple Plan, Jeff Trott & Todd Wolfe / Sheryl Crow, Melle Vasquez / Nancy Sinatra, Jennifer Batten / Jeff Beck Band, Alex De Rosso / Dokken 

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