Seymour Duncan SJB-3b 4 String Jazz L Size Quarter Pounder Single Coil Bridge Pickup

SKU:BBG 889
$65.00

Details:

4 String Quarter Pounder Single Coil Jazz Bass Bridge Pickup Only
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DESCRIPTION

SJB-3 -- The SJB-3 has been developed for the studio or concert musician who needs a strong attack. This pickup has quarter-inch wide rod magnets designed to deliver a fuller sound with great sustain and response.

Pickup cover included.

High output with lots of clarity and high-end punch. Single Coil.

Dimensions

  • Length = 3.73"(95mm) Width = 0.741"(19mm)

Please Note:Seymour Duncan supplies chrome screws with their pickups. If you require black or gold screws, we carry them on our pickup screws page.

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Reviews

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Solid
By Chris from on 1/15/2014
 
The Duncan SJB-3b Quarter Pound Jazz Bridge pickup works great with the Quarter Pound P pickup. They are both installed on a bass I put together---passive "old school" with a swamp ash body. It sits great in the mix. Both pickups are great all around performers!
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Mr
By Quentin from on 1/15/2014
 
Bought the SD Bridge and Neck pickups and what an upgrade from stock!
Full fat sound,beautifully refined deep bass tones right through the mids and at the top notes. With these on my Fender Jazz Bass It has lifted the instrument to another class. Simply cannot believe how bad the stock pickups were, and now even the tone controls seem to have better balance.
Awesome!
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P/J QP setup
By Daniel from on 1/15/2014
 
A good overall pup - good output, balanced response, but I don't get a good sense of character with the preamp I have it wired through, a Bartolini 4.5 AP and as such I don't feel that I can provide a great review. I get the sense that these would really growl in a passive setup, but I can't recommend including them in a A/P setup.