Seymour Duncan Invader 7-String Guitar Pickup  

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The Invader sounds as powerful as it looks. The combination of 3 large ceramic magnets, hot coils, and 12 black oxide cap screws give this awesome pickup bolts of volts for an electrifying force of energy. The wide magnetic field pumps power into your amp with unique brightness and a totally new sound.


 

Invader 7-String Guitar Pickup Specifications:

  • Cable: Four Conductor
  • Guitar: 7 String
  • Output: High
  • Pickup Style: Humbucker
  • Position: Bridge
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Seymour DuncanInvader 7-String Guitar Pickup
 
5.0

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(78 of 150 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THIS PICKUP KICKS

Comments about Seymour Duncan Invader 7-String Guitar Pickup:

This is the best pickup I have heard. its not as loud as most Active EMG's or other active ones but its got all the tone the actives have. It can do the dirtiest of dirty to the cleanest of clean. People will usually say high gain pickups sound bad and try and distort on clean, this pickup proves them wrong, it sounds as clean as it would be playing without an amp. Great pickup, high quality, great sound.

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(62 of 116 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

very heavy, not 4 punks

By josh-H3QCz

from Sydney

Comments about Seymour Duncan Invader 7-String Guitar Pickup:

I got a set of these for my Ibanez RG7321. The mid and low end of these pickups is unbelievable, there's nothing like it, they are really high output, in your face humbuckers. They crunch really well. The neck pickup does sound a bit muddy on it's own, the bridge sounds a bit trebly, they sound great when both pickups are on together. Surprisingly, when coil tapped the clean tone is really good on these. If you have a 5 way, you can really use these to their full potential. The first time I played them was on a Peavey Bandit. The distortion was terrible, you need a high gain amp to work well with these. My Randall is a perfect match. Bottom line is these are THE HEAVIEST, CHUNKIEST and LOUDEST passive pickups on the market.

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(46 of 79 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow

By H-Pe2t1

from Milwaukee, WI

Comments about Seymour Duncan Invader 7-String Guitar Pickup:

Well, I bought one of these for the bridge position of my Jackson DR7 7-String, and I was completely blown away after I installed it in my guitar and plugged it into my amp. Unbelievable bass kick comes out, hardcore lows and awesome highs, my jaw literally dropped when I heard it. I love it so much, I am getting another for my Ibanez 7-String! You will not regret this Seymour Duncan Invader 7-String in your guitar, 5 Stars all the way!!

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