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Seymour Duncan SPB-3 Quarter Pound for P-Bass

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Manufacturer's ID: 1611402-06

There’s a reason this is Seymour Duncans most popular Bass pickup: massive tone. The QP has a fat, punchy tone that pushes P-bass pickups past previous models with design and frequency improvements. The quarter-inch diameter pole pieces expand the magnetic field and extend the frequency ranges for a fat, full, punchy sound with tremendous mid-range presence and maximum output.

Though often used for heavy rock tones, this pickup gives amazing tonal versatility, making it a favorite across the board in live and studio settings. This pickup is a drop-in replacement for any American Standard Precision Bass and is available in 4 and 5-string configurations.

Hand built in Santa Barbara, CA, the massive Quarter Pound high output P-Bass pickups use ¼” diameter alnico 5 rod magnets, Forbon flatwork, and are vacuum wax potted for squeal free performance. Comes with black covers.


General 1/4" Diameter Alnico 5 Rod Magnets
  Forbon Flatwork
  Vacuum Wax Potted

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5/5 (1 reviews)

The Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder added just a bit more tone to the Precision bass and is ideal for classic rock n soul. The pickup cover is slightly bigger than the original, so needed a little filing on the scratchplate. A straightforward enough mod.

Martin S. - 20/11/2018