(From the Seymour Duncan website)
Hotter pickup. Recommended for classic rock, heavy rock, funk, punk, R&B, and metal.
This hum-canceling pickup offers a balanced, highly musical tone contour with a richly articulated bottom, lots of midrange, and biting treble. It's got a nice, mild "bark" without being overly brash, and it's not at all harsh in the mid-range. The low end is full and strong without being mushy or foggy.
Includes STC-3M3 Tone Circuit for optimal tonal control.
Three bands of active EQ, plus the proprietary Slap Switch. The lows are deep, clear, and tight. The mids range from ultra-smooth to punchy and all points in between. The treble control can produce a very wide, very usable response that is brilliant, yet smooth without any brittleness. Pulling up on the volume knob engages the proprietary Slap Switch, a special EQ contour made just for slap-style playing. See Duncan website for frequency response charts.
Includes all necessary mounting hardware: high-quality potentiometers on pre-wired harness; battery clip; stereo jack; and black anodized, knurled, dome-style knobs.
Three Knob Version
Has: (1) volume / slap, (2) mid-range, and (3) stacked-concentric bass & treble. Special harness options available - contact your Basslines dealer or Basslines Customer Service for details. Can use 18 volts for increased headroom.
Replacement for 4-string Music Man® StingRay® basses from 1976 to present.
Chopper Anderson / Reba McIntire, David Bronze / Eric Clapton, Marcelo Dias / Soulfly & ABLOOM, Pete Chilton / Bane, Markku Lappalainen / Hoobastank, Kelly Le Mieux / Goldfinger
Cable: Four Con.
DC: 2.6 k
Resonant Peak: 9.4 KHz
Magnet: Ceramic Bar