Seymour Duncan Full Shred SH-10b 7-String Electric Guitar Bridge Humbucker Pickup
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A high-output, 7-string, bridge-position humbucker for balanced and warm instruments that's ideal for heavy metal, speed metal, or any music featuring fast, aggressive, solo playing.
Seymour Duncan released the 7-string Full Shred SH-10b Humbucker Pickup to meet the growing fan base of 7-stringed electric guitar players. The Full Shred SH10b is part of a series of Seymour Duncan pickups redesigned and released specifically to capture the deeper tones and wider range of sound found in the new generation of 7-stringed guitars.
Shredders and metalheads will be elated with the high output that the Full Shred SH-10 7-string pickup delivers. Seymour Duncan Full Shred pickups are revered for top-end clarity and crisp, well-defined low end. With aggressive midrange Full Shred pickups are great for capturing clear, tight tone during heavy rhythms and speed riffs. Duncan Full Shred pickups' 2 symmetrical coils and short Allen head pole pieces produce a more intense, focused magnetic field while their Alnico 5 magnet maintains an organic attack and feel.
The Full Shred is a perfect pickup for rock, heavy metal, speed metal, and any music featuring fast, aggressive, solo playing. Seymour Duncan builds in a 4-conductor hookup cable for various switching options. The Full Shred SH-10b and matches well with Seymour Duncan's SFX-04 Twin Tube Mayhem pickup for ultimate heaviness. The Full Shred SH-10b is recommended for the bridge position.
The Full Shred SH-10b pickup offers high-output tone for heavy rhythms and speed riffs. Used for classic rock, heavy rock, hip hop, fusion, and aggressive solo playing.
For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well with rosewood fingerboards.
Riggs/Rob Zombie (bridge), Phil Campbell/Motorhead (bridge), Chris Rest/Lagwagon (bridge)
Made in the USA:
These pickups come with a black cover; are produced at the Seymour Duncan factory in Santa Barbara, California; and made their debut at the January 2010 NAMM show in Los Angeles.
For tight tone during heavy rhythms and speed riffs, pickup an SH-10 pickup today.