Seymour Duncan AHB-1b Blackouts 7-String Phase II Active Humbucker bridge(Black) Sku #583304000001000 Seymour Duncan 583304 LRGABG 7 String Guitar Pickups https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Blackout the bad hum, crank up the tone.
The Seymour Duncan Blackouts 7-String Phase II Active Bridge Humbucker is a direct retrofit for EMG®'s 707 pickup. The AHB-1b Blackouts humbucker provides extended frequency response with less compression for your 7-string electric guitar. Seymour Duncan engineers have captured the tone players want in an active pickup with the benefits of balanced inputs.
Not only do Seymour Duncan Blackouts have less hum than most active humbucker pickups, they also have more lows, more highs, and more output. Simply put, these Seymour Duncan guitar pickups have more tone than most active pickups. Players will find far fewer problems with hum, especially near computer monitors and fluorescent lighting.
Many USA-made active humbuckers use unbalanced inputs in a differential preamp. The problem is, an unbalanced differential preamp is not very effective at canceling hum. Seymour Duncan's engineers figured out how to capture the tone that guitarists want in an active pickup, but using balanced inputs. The result is 12dB to 14dB less noise, plus more lows, more highs, and more output.
All Seymour Duncan Blackouts pickups include all necessary mounting hardware, including pots, jack, and a battery clip.
Seymour Duncan's AHB-1b Blackouts Phase II bridge humbucker has more tone than many other active pickup. Put it in the cart and give your tone a big boost.
AHB-1b Blackouts 7-String Phase II Active Humbucker bridge Specifications:
- Resonant Frequency: 530 Hz
- Average Output Voltage: 2.00 Volts RMS (1)
- Maximum Output Voltage: 2.60 Volts RMS (2)
- Noise: -96dBV
- Output Impedance: 1 KOhm
- Current Consumption: 350 micro-amperes
- Battery Life: 1420 hours (3)
- Preamp Topology: Discrete hybrid differential, FET input
- Preamp Gain: 18 dB