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Seymour Duncan Guitar Pickups

Inducted into the Vintage Guitar Hall of Fame for his contributions to the music industry, Seymour Duncan has dedicated his life to creating high-quality guitar pickups. He has worked on the instruments of artists such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. Seymour Duncan guitar pickups and pedals are now manufactured in his Californian factory. Along with humbucking pickups, the company also produces a large range of Seymour Duncan single-coil guitar pickups from which to select.

Guitar Pickups for Everyone

From acoustic pickups for both steel string and nylon string guitars to humbucker, Stratocaster, and Telecaster electric pickups, Seymour Duncan caters to all guitarists. It also produces pickups for seven- and eight-string guitars, together with different bass guitar models, and has a mid-range Duncan Designed collection that is Korean-made.

Humbucker Guitar Pickups

Seymour Duncan humbucker guitar pickups include the Black Winter set, which is renowned for its bright tones, the versatile Pearly Gates, and the Custom 5 Bridge that is ideal for punk and funk guitarists. Opt for the Jazz Neck if you want increased articulation or the Alternative 8 Bridge for an aggressive, punchy sound.

Jimi Hendrix Signature Guitar Pickups

In 1968, Seymour Duncan hand-wound pickups for Jimi Hendrix's Stratocaster, and this piece of history is recreated in the Jimi Hendrix Signature Strat Set. Each is custom wound to create a rich and melodic tone with an aggressive attack on the bridge model and a thick, full sound on the neck for chords and a blues-infused style.

Guitar Pedals

While Seymour Duncan is best known for guitar pickups, it also produces a growing range of pedals. Most are designed with special features to enable creative potential, including the Dynamic Expression feature that allows you to control the effect's strength, depending on how hard or soft you pick. The Palladium Gain Stage pedal is designed to feel like you're playing through a tube amp.

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