9J#1 - Split Coil Hum-Cancelling Pickups
These pickups are split coil hum-cancelling designs - think of them as a "P-Bass* pair in box". These are wound to yield more "growl" from the Bridge pickup. They are very similar to our old 94J pickups, just ever so slighlty brighter at the bridge. These have stronger lows and low mids than the typical "vintage" tone.
9J#1 S/SB - Split Coil Hum-Cancelling Pickups
Same as above, except for MIM J Basses that have two short J pickups. This is a true set, where the bridge and neck are wound to match. This is not two neck pickups.
9J#1 L/LN - Split Coil Hum-Cancelling Pickups
Same as above, except for J Basses that have two long J pickups. This is a true set, where the bridge and neck are wound to match. This is not two bridge pickups. Replacement most commonly for Carvin.
9SU - Single Coil, Deepest Tone Pickups
These are single coil units with strong lows and low mids. When used together they will have very low hum and noise levels. The tone of these pickups is deeper than vintage pickups; their strength is in the lows and low mids. The Neck and Bridge coils are equal as in the original Fender pair. Using either Neck or Bridge pickup alone will result in some hum and noise.
Classic Bass Series - 9CBJD1, 9CBJD3, 9CBJS
"Classic Bass" CB series bass pickups feature an extended and more resonant frequency range. They have far more "air" and definition at the top without sacrificing lows and low mids. They are cast in epoxy to remove unwanted feedback and microphonics. CNC machined blades on all of the 4 string bass pickups listed below allow them to cover string widths from 50mm to 59mm on medium curvature fingerboards with excellent string balance.
The 9CBJS1 are low noise Single Coil Pickups - Deep Tone
The 9CBJS3 are low noise Single Coil Pickups - Bright Tone
The 9CBJD1 are hum cancelling Dual Coil Pickups - Deep Tone
The 9CBJD3 are hum cancelling Dual Coil Pickups - Bright Tone
* All are 2 Conductor Pickups.
Click Here for pickup routing template.
*Bartolini does not provide screws with their pickups.
*If you need pickup screws, you can get them on the Pickup Screws page.
*All of the above are passive designs.