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Seymour Duncan: Lemmy Kilmister Signature

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For Motörhead enthusiasts and rock bassists alike, the Seymour Duncan Custom Shop have just announced The Lemmy Kilmister Signature Set.

Based off of the pickups found in Lemmy Kilmister's personal Rickenbacker bass, Seymour Duncan’s Custom Shop have added even more punch and attack to the original design. However, the Custom Shop insists that they will still maintain clarity when heavily distorted. 

 

Built by hand to order, the Neck, Middle and Bridge pickups can be purchased individually or in sets (Neck/Bridge or Neck/Middle/Bridge). Additionally, they can be shipped with a gold or nickel finish, with or without the pickup covers. There are also two available mounting options: direct mounting to Lemmy Signature basses or the traditional pick-guard mounting for Rickenbacker basses. 

 

Pricing starts at $175. For full details and ordering information, visit https://customshop.seymourduncan.com/lemmy-kilmister-signature/.

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