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Custom Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates SH-PG1 Bridge Reverse Zebra 11102-49-RZ

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Parts,Guitar Pickups,Seymour Duncan,
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Custom Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates SH-PG1 Bridge Reverse Zebra 11102-49-RZ

Min.Order Quantity:
one set
Price:
889USD
Packaging Details:
Hardshell Case of Custom Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates SH-PG1 Bridge Reverse Zebra 11102-49-RZ
Delivery Time:
Within 3days after payment
Payment Terms:
paypal,UnionPay, Visa/MasterCard, Amex, Discover,T/T
Supply Ability:
60
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Product Description

Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates SH-PG1b Humbucker Bridge Reverse Zebra

This  listing is for one Pearly Gates Humbucker in reverse zebra coils, bridge position, standard string spacing as pictured. The item is new in its sealed retail package. Reverse zebra in Duncan terms means the black coil will have the adjustable pole pieces. Reverse Zebra for Duncan pickups means the black coil will have the We are an authorized Duncan dealer. From the Duncan website:

Summary

The Pearly Gates bridge pickup is a special PAF with extra midrange sizzle and tons of Texas attitude.

Description

The Pearly Gates bridge captures all the mojo of the original bridge pickup from Billy Gibbons 1959 Les Paul. Seymour discovered the pickup had slightly more output than most PAFs, which helped to give it the extra drive that make this pickup so special. The alnico 2 bar magnet keeps the high end sounding airy but focused, and the midrange emphasis gives it a unique Texas sizzle. It really has a growl all its own, and will help to bring any humbucker style instrument to life. Match with the Pearly Gates neck model for the full Texas sizzle. Hand built in our Santa Barbara, CA factory, the Pearly Gates model humbucker uses an alnico 2 bar magnet, nickel silver bottom plate, 4-conductor lead wire for multiple wiring options, and is vacuum wax potted for squeal-free performance. As with all of our PAF style humbuckers, every Pearly Gates is wound on Seymours original Leesona winding machine from the early Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan for that unmistakable vintage mojo.

We are authorized  Seymour Duncan dealers and all new pickups are covered by Duncan's 21-Day Real  World Exchange once installed as well.

Product Specs

Condition:Brand New Make:Seymour Duncan Model:SHPG-1n Finish:Reverse Zebra Categories:Guitar Pickups
 

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