Nordstrand NJ4SE 4 String Jazz L Size Split Coil Bridge Pickup



4 string Split Coil Jazz Bass Bridge Pickup Only
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NJ4SE Bridge

These are a split coil hum cancelling design. They use the same had wound pattern found on our NJ4's but with a finer wire called 43 gauge enamel. The natural character of this design is to have a more pronounced lower midrange, and a slightly muted high end. This makes them exceptionally suited to fingerstryle players that are going for a solo bridge pickup sound with good 'bark' and 'heft'. They are also totally hum cancelling, and great for commonly noisy live situations.

Includes black covers.

Also available for 7.25" fingerboard radius

These are intended for basses with 7.25" fingerboard radius and have raised A & D poles to provide better sensing and balance.


  • Length = 3.725"(95mm) Width = 0.73"(19mm)

Please Note:Nordstrand 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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By from on 4/22/2017
I upgraded the pups in my little Squier p bass standard special, both the j bridge and standard P, different brands though because I wanted a certain sound. I'll say that you definitely want to put this in a more professional bass than a squier, I mean my squier is among the best sounding squiers out in the wild now, but the pups deserve better I think. Having said that, the the NJ4SE is a total beast, while I don't get much in terms of burpy sounds it's just a wholly robust pickup that's both aggressive yet refined. I can roll off the P pickup entirely, which is a Lace Man O' War and this thing is totally comfortable on its own. I'll eventually uprgrade to a custom Warmoth bass or an American fender and take these pups with me. Check out Remco Hendriks on youtube for some videos of the sound, words are meaningless, you want to hear it, you can find a couple guys on there who've got a good setup.