Seymour Duncan Full Shred SH-10n 7-String Humbucker Electric Guitar Neck Pickup

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A high-output, 7-string, neck-position humbucker for balanced and warm instruments that's ideal for heavy metal, speed metal, or any music featuring fast, aggressive, solo playing.

To meet the growing fan base of seven-stringed guitar players, Seymour Duncan has released of several of their most popular pick-ups that have been specifically re-designed to capture the deeper tones and wider range of sound found in the new generation of seven-stringed instruments.

Shredders and metal-heads will elate in the high output that the Full Shred SH-10 7-string pickup offers. For years, the Seymour Duncan Full Shred has been revered for its top-end clarity and its crisp, well-defined low end. Its aggressive midrange is great for capturing clear, tight tone during heavy rhythms and speed riffs. Two symmetrical coils and short Allen head pole pieces produce a more intense, focused magnetic field while the Alnico 5 magnet maintains an organic attack and feel. The Full Shred is perfect for rock, heavy metal, speed metal, and any music featuring fast, aggressive, solo playing. It comes with a four-conductor hookup cable for various switching options and matches well with Seymour Duncan's SFX-04 Twin Tube Mayhem for ultimate heaviness.

Applications:
A pickup with high-output tone for heavy rhythms and speed riffs. Used for classic rock, heavy rock, hip hop, fusion, and aggressive solo playing.

Complete setup:
The Full Shred neck pickup has reduced output and more treble for tonal versatility.

Guitars:
For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well with rosewood fingerboards.

Players:
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.


 
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