Seymour Duncan Bonamassa Skinnerburst set

Discussion in 'Pickups' started by Laro, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. NotScott

    NotScott Premium Member

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    I am still loving my set after being installed over a year! I have had no issues with weak outputs or thin sound and have no intention of further pickup swapping for this guitar.
     
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  2. Starman

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    I'm guessing mine may have possibly lost magnet strength? It has changed since installation.
     
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    Unless you have put a strong magnetic field right next to the pickup then this is unlikely. A3 from 50's p90s still show good gauss and they're in a naturally degaussing position.
     
  4. darthphineas

    darthphineas Senior Member

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    my set doesn't strike me as too thin, at least given consideration of what an old vintage PAF should sound like. the only way in which I think it could be considered soft would be in a way that I can remedy with the slightest of tweaks to the amp. I think I could put it in my Top 5 of which I've tried in this class of pickups.

    looking forward to the next Bonamassa model, although I think they should put a cease to all the "limited" malarkey and make them all production models. it's pretty much they already do with all their "exclusive" models (i.e., Black Winter, WLH, JB Prototype, Alpha-Omega, etc).
     
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