(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-3M4 Tone Circuits for optimal tonal control.
On board Tone Circuit for adding tremendous tonal versatility. Enables the player to add to subtract EQ at center frequencies voiced specifically for electric bass. They feature low noise, low distortion and high headroom. Useful for all musical styles and genres.
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.
Four Knob Version
Has: (1) volume / slap, (2) bass, (3) mid-range, and (4) treble. Special harness options available - contact your Basslines dealer or Basslines Customer Service for details. Can use 18 volts for increased headroom.
Replacement for 5-string Music Man StingRay basses up to 1992. For post-'92 5-string basses, see three-coil version.
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: 2.9 k
Resonant Peak: 7.8 KHz
Magnet: Ceramic Bar