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  • The '59 is Seymour Duncan's take on the celebrated "Patent Applied For" humbucker, and its wound on the very same Leesona Model 102 winding machine that produced the early P.A.F. humbuckers. The output is vintage, and the tone is clear and crystalline.
  • Versatile P.A.F.-type humbucker. Great for country, jazz, blues, funk, classic rock and heavy rock.
  • Versatile blend of classic and modern tones. Recommended for blues, rock, pop, and classic rock.

  • This is basically a "built-in" version of the Benedetto® S-Series. It maintains the same natural acoustic qualities of the instrument. According to Bob Benedetto, this pickup is "the best sounding jazz pickup I've ever heard. There isn't even a close second."
  • Warm, moderate output humbucker. Recommended for jazz, blues, and classic rock.
  • Warm, moderate-output humbucker. Great for jazz, blues, classic rock and slide.
  • High output humbucker with Alnico 8 magnet for extra output. Perfect for all rock styles and great for use with high gain amps.
  • Like the neck position model, the bridge position humbucker is a faithful replica of the great sounding "patent applied for" humbuckers that Seth E. Lover designed in 1955. The pickup comes with slight variations in DC resistance, just like...
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