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Seymour Duncan Classic Stack Jazz Bass

Seymour Duncan Classic Stack Jazz Bass

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Regular price $109.00 USD
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We captured that great Jazz Bass tone from the definitive ’60s era, in a noiseless pickup design. The Classic Stack Jazz Bass is one of our most popular pickups, and with good reason. It has everything a Jazz Bass pickup should: presence without being bitter, smooth response, and a classic low-end bump. It captures the same great tone as our Vintage Jazz Bass single-coil, but without the annoying 60-cycle hum.

This bridge model is slightly overwound to make output balancing easier, for a perfect match with the Classic Stack Jazz Bass neck pickup. (NOTE: This bridge pickup is the slightly wider American-sized Jazz Bass version. If you have a Mexican Standard Jazz Bass, you will likely need to use two neck pickups, as the pickup slots are both neck-sized on that model.)

Hand built in Santa Barbara, CA, the Classic Stack for Jazz Bass uses Alnico 5 rod magnets, Forbon flatwork, 4-conductor lead wire, and is vacuum wax potted for squeal-free operation.

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Setup & Inspected

At Matt's Guitars, each guitar undergoes meticulous setup and inspection procedures before it leaves our hands. Our team of skilled technicians ensures that every instrument meets our high standards of playability, tone, and craftsmanship. From adjusting the action to fine-tuning intonation, we strive to deliver guitars that exceed expectations.
Our setups include: New strings, truss rod adjustment, file nut slots, intonation adjustment, tuner & hardware tightening, string height adjustment, set bridge height, set saddle radius, balance & adjust tremolo, set pickup height, body polish, clean fretboard, fret polish, finger board moisturizer, electrical inspection, and other things depending on the guitar.