Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass
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Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass

SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass, Bass Pickup from Seymour Duncan in the P-Bass series.

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Metropolis09/04/2011

Metropolis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass
Used set of Fender Precision + Jazz Aerodyne.

Compared to the original microphone (Korean?)
The mid-bass dominate.
It sounds a little oldschool.
I find the artificial harmonics less beautiful, but the sustain is much better.
Coupled with SJB1 is really not bad:)

Finally, I join the opinion below the bass becomes more personality, a register Roots / vintage, and loaded mid-bass. This will not necessarily suited to play fast and modern.
12/18/2008

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass
I've had 2 days.
The record is in the mind 'precision 57 ". Very rough, lots of roundness and warmth.
Too round? As its name indicates it is in the vintage style and a quick game or manual dexterity is not specifically highlighted, the attacks are pretty rounded by sound. But it has character and the old groove (or modern, but typed), so he taps faut.Ca reggae, funk, old rock, blues ...
I tried it on a low wood and soft violin making cheap, it saves a little but it will put the sound remains fairly gachis.Le "cardboard".
In neck pickup on an old Ibanez in dense and its strong, it pete. I do not ogle over the old Fender! it goes perfectly, I do not regret.
Before this I had the low accuracy of the original Ibanez (bof was, how cold), a precision Squire (a little warmer but feeble ...) and a "Duncan Designed", which gave a good grain, but showed off the mids.
I have the expensive, depth and warmth and an intermediate position with jb it pete!