Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar
Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar

Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound SJB-3 Neck Pickup for Electric Jazz Bass Guitar

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Quarter Pound (SJB-3) Jazz Bass neck pickup with diameter alnico 5 rod magnets delivers all the attitude you could ever want from a Jazz Bass.

The Quarter Pound for Jazz Bass was designed to take a jazz pickup to new tonal heights. This pickup has it all hot output, great attack, and massive attitude. The diameter poles and intense coil winding delivers a full, even response, with great sustain and a sonic richness welcome in any genre of music.

It is wound RWRP so that it will hum-cancel when used together with the bridge pickup. This pickup is a drop-in neck position replacement for any American Standard Jazz Bass.

Hand built in Santa Barbara, CA the Quarter Pound for Jazz Bass uses diameter alnico 5 rod magnets, forbon flatwork, and is wax potted for squeal free operation.

Comes with black cover.

Specs

  • DCR: Neck - 13.3k
  • Cable: PVC Lead Wire
  • Type: Passive
  • Approx. Weight: 4oz

The Music Farm is an Authorized Seymour Duncan Dealer.