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Seymour Duncan SH-10b Full Shred

Full Shred sier vel alt om denne humbuckeren.

Seymour Duncan SH-10b Full Shred
Varenr.: 106308
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kr 1 350 inkl. mva. kr 1 080 eks. mva.
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Seymour Duncan Pickups - It's all about the tone.
High output tone for heavy rhythms and speed riffs. Used for classic rock, heavy rock, hip hop, fusion and aggressive solo playing.

Description
Double rows of Allen screw pole pieces help fine tune the high end, leaving a tone that's fat and chunky, yet perfectly defined for speed riffs. Gives tonal control in high-gain situation. Less aggressive than an SH-6 Distortion. More articulate than an SH-5 Custom. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable.

Complete setup
Available in both neck and bridge models-- most commonly used in the bridge position. The Full Shred neck pickup has reduced output and more treble for tonal versatility.

Guitars
For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well with rosewood fingerboards.



Trembucker

This is a term used by Seymour Duncan to describe humbucking pickups that have a slightly wider bobbin and wider pole-to-pole spread. These are specifically meant to be used as replacement pickups on guitars that are equipped with Fender-spaced or Floyd Rose-style vibrato tailpieces. The string spread on such guitars is slightly wider than that of guitars Tune-o-matic or similar bridges. On standard humbuckers, the bobbins typically measure 2.695 inches, while “trembuckers” typically measure 2.780 inches. String spacing on a regular humbucker is usually two inches or less, while a Trembucker can accommodate spacing of two inches or larger.