Dimarzio DP249-BK 4 String Jazz L/S Size Area J Split Coil Set



4 string Split Coil Jazz Bass Pickup Set
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DiMarzio's Ultra Jazz® pickup is just what its name implies: more of everything you want from a Jazz Bass replacement pickup.....lots more. It's fat, it's funky, it's big, and it's hum canceling. The Ultra Jazz® is available individually in neck and bridge models, and as a matched set.

The Ultra Jazz® was designed to fit the original Fender Jazz Bass, which has neck and bridge pickup cavities of two different sizes. Some current basses use the same length pickup in both positions. The Ultra Jazz® set, DP149, consists of two pickups of different lengths, with the neck pickup shorter than the bridge pickup. The pickups are also available individually as DP147 (short) and DP148 (long) if your bass requires either one size pickup or the other. Please refer to the dimensions above for the correct choice for your bass


    Neck Pickup

  • Length = 3.60"(91.4mm) Width = 0.740"(18.8mm)
  • Bridge Pickup

  • Length = 3.735"(94.9mm) Width = 0.740"(18.8mm)

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

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Question: Where Can I Buy a Dimarzio DP249-BK 4 String Jazz L/S Size Area J Split Coil Set?

Answer: You can buy this from Best Bass Gear by Calling 877-839-3531 or Emailing us at sales@bestbassgear.com or chatting with our Bass Techs


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Great Combination
By Dallas Magee
Holy smokes, these are nothing like the Fender Vintage Jazz, but I can still get that sound by tweaking the mid shift selector switch and twiddling the high mid and low mid. If you use this combination, you better have an amp that can handle it. I am running my Geddy Lee Jazz with this setup through a Boogie Titan V12 with 115 and a 210 Powerhouse cabinet setup. Talk about coliseum volume. And it sounds good at low volumes too. I don’t think drummers have to worry about finding the pocket. I can make it deep enough for them that they just might fall in. At home the Subway series almost winces. I slap em, pop em, pull em and they just don’t stop. I have never enjoyed playing my 4 string so much.
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True 60's Jazz sound
By Dave
My experience with jazz pickups includes Fralin, SD Antiquities and '66 stock Fender. The Area J's nail the vintage jazz sound at half the price of the boutique & custom varieties.
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Bass Player
By Ryan Owens
I love te way these pickups sound. I put them in a new bass build I did after trying a few other pickups first. I found these pickups to be very full soundings and not scooped. The tone was true to the sound of my 1965 Jazz that I love so much.