Seymour Duncan SH-12 George Lynch Screamin Demon Humbucker Pickup Black and Cream 

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An electric guitar pickup that delivers versatile tone.

George Lynch Screamin' Demon(TM)

It has the big open sound of our '59 Model(TM) with a little less bite and a little more growl. The tone is big, percussive and still bites without being harsh. It uses alnico magnets and yields medium output.
Great cabinet "thunk" on the low end - screamin' harmonics on the high end.


Quit screamin' for more sound from your axe! Get this humbucker today with just a few clicks.

 

SH-12 George Lynch Screamin Demon Humbucker Pickup Specifications:

  • Cable: Four Conductor
    Output: Moderate
    Pickup Style: Humbucker
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5.0

it rocks!!!!!

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from peru

Comments about Seymour Duncan SH-12 George Lynch Screamin Demon Humbucker Pickup:

Just rocks my band mates love the sound. I would never use any other pick up.

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5.0

Screamin Demon gives wicked sensation

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from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Seymour Duncan SH-12 George Lynch Screamin Demon Humbucker Pickup:

I had a Kramer American Pacer from the days when EVH played only Kramers. It was loaded with a dimarzio on the neck and this on the bridge. Not that I could ever be as talented as the namesake of the p-u, but if you play 80's hair metal/heavy metal load your ax with this one.

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