Quarter Pound for Jazz Bass, Bridge

Quarter Pound for Jazz Bass, Bridge
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Item #: SJB3B
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Application
High output true single-coil. Recommended for blues, classic rock, garage, heavy rock, classic metal and nu-metal.

Description
Developed for the bassist who needs the slammin' output of the Hot but with even stronger attack. The quarter-inch pole pieces and intense windings deliver a full response with great sustain. Includes logo cover.

Complete setup
Calibrated neck and bridge set. Neck pickup is slightly narrower. Neck is RW/RP for hum canceling when both pickups are used together. Often used together with STC-2 or -3 Tone Circuits for optimal tonal control.

Players
Tye Zamora / Alien Ant Farm, Mark Hoppus / Blink 182, Robbie Crane / Ratt, Tim Payne / Thursday, Pat Kim / Unwritten Law, Joe Principe / Rise Against

Cable: Singel Con. PVC
DC: 14.61 k
Resonant Peak: 3.9 KHz
Magnet:.25" Alnico V Rods
Average Rating: (based on 2 reviews)

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by John
on 2/3/2013
Good if used in a set
I am an avid Fender Jazz Bass user (don't give me a P-bass, I will throw it out the door), and I think these pickups are awesome. I play mostly metal (any kind really), and it's perfect for blues even. The review above mentions a hum, and this is a problem if you don't use them as a set. The neck version is RW/RP for hum cancelling. If going for a P/J style bass, then get a stacked or side by side J-bass pup. If going for a J-bass set, then this is perfect for you. 
by Josh
on 2/4/2009
Hum...
I have this pickup in the bridge position, and a quarter pound P at the neck on one of my basses.  The P is dead quiet, but this pickup is noisy.  I primarily play studio sessions, so I can only use the P pickup when recording with this bass.  That's fine, because the quarter pound P sounds great!  However, if I want to have a touch of J-bass flavor in the tone, I have to use another bass.

I have played this bass live, and the hum isn't terrible in live applications.  You can hear it, though.  I'm going to change out this pickup soon, probably with a Hot for Jazz bridge pickup.  On the Basslines website, it is labelled as hum-cancelling.
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