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Seymour Duncan SH2N Jazz Model Humbucker Pickup – (Nickel Cover)

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The Seymour Duncan Jazz pickup is for players who need an accurate, clear tone for fast jazz runs. The brighter sound has slightly less output and is a good match with most pickups. A popular combination is The Jazz™ in the neck with either a JB™ (SH-4) or Duncan Custom™ (SH-5) in the bridge. Four conductor cable. Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) Description Provides an articulate and clear tone. Great for fast runs. The brighter tone has slightly less output and is a good match with most bridge pickups. When distorted, the tone is full and bright. Smooth sustain. Compared to the SH-1 ‘59 Model, the Jazz has slightly less output and a more detailed treble response. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable. Complete Setup This is the Neck Position version. Often a Jazz neck is paired with an SH-4 JB (Seymour’s favorite combination) or SH-5 Duncan Custom in the bridge position for diverse tones. Guitars For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well with mahogany bodies and rosewood fingerboards. Also works great with hollow and semi-hollow body guitars. Players Jerry Horton (Papa Roach): Neck Dave Mustaine (Megadeth): Neck Doug Pettibone: (Lucinda Williams): Neck

Product Features

  • For players who need an accurate, clear tone for fast jazz runs
  • The brighter sound has slightly less output and is a good match with most pickups
  • Popular combination: The Jazz in the neck & either a JB (SH-4) or Duncan Custom (SH-5) in the bridge
  • When distorted, the tone is full and bright
  • Ultra clean and clear for articulating jazz runs.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Not Just for Jazz! I think Seymour Duncan made a mistake naming the the “Jazz” pickup — when I think jazz I think smooth hollow tones, and you can get that with this pickup, but with the tone knob turned up it is bright with great articulation, suitable for lots of different styles of music (just see the list of guitarists using this pickup in rock). I have a ’59 in another guitar and love it, but wanted something a bit bright and clearer. Reviews that I read lead me to this pickup. It has very similar…

Anonymous says:

There’s something about mahogany… After doing my research and hearing all the hype about this pickup, I finally purchased one of these about a year ago. I put it in an alder Telecaster body that was finished with just hand rubbed poly. I had all the good electronics in it: CTS pots, a CRL switch, vintage cloth wire. I got it all wired in. I set it up, plugged it in and… I found it sterile and lifeless. Very clean, very well made, but I just really did not hear any character. I initially had it paired with an STK-T3B. I tried…

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