Seymour Duncan JB Model 7-Strg SH-4 Guitar Pickup

Seymour Duncan
11107-13-7Str, SH4-7, The Legendary Ultimate Hot-Rodded JB Model Humbucker Optimized for 7-String Guitars! The Most Popular Duncan Humbucker of All Time, Versatile and Hot, For Bridge and Neck, Alnico 5 Bar Magnets, Black, Handbuilt in USA
SKU
331504
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For nearly four decades, the legendary JB Model has been the ultimate hot-rodded humbucker. A truly modern classic.

The JB Model 7-Strg humbucker is Duncan’s most popular pickup of all time in a 7-string format. Blues, country, fusion, punk, hard rock, grunge, thrash; the JB has always sounded just right, even as new genres emerged around it. The low end is full and powerful, the highs are crisp and detailed and there’s an upper-midrange bump that adds crunch and chunk to heavy chords but translates to a singing, vocal-like quality when you play single notes or solos. Meanwhile the hot output pushes your amp just that little bit harder for more sustain and harmonics.

Use it with a 500k volume pot for great high-end cut, or try a 250k pot to sweeten and soften the tone for smoother styles. It pairs particularly well with the Jazz or ’59 neck pickups, and some players even like to use a JB in the neck position for an extra-fat solo tone.

Hand built in our Santa Barbara, CA factory, the JB Model uses an Alnico 5 bar magnet, nickel silver bottom plate, 4-conductor lead wire for multiple wiring options like series, parallel and split coil, and is vacuum wax potted for squeal-free performance.
Features

  • Pickup for 7-String Guitars
  • Hand Built in USA
  • Alnico 5 Bar Magnets
  • Nickel Silver Bottom Plate
  • 4-Conductor Lead Wire
  • Vacuum Was Potted for Squeal-Free Performance
Mer information
BrandSeymour Duncan
Strings7
TypeHumbucker
Active / PassivePassive
PositionBridge
DimensionsHumbucker
MagnetAlnico 5
OutputHigh
DC Resistance18.8
NoiselessYes
Cable Type4-Conductor
Cover & ColorBlack, No Cover