Seymour Duncan Gus G. FIRE Blackouts System
Seymour Duncan announces the release of a new guitar pickup system that combines aspects of traditional passive pickups and active designs.
Created for Gus G., the Gus G. FIRE Blackouts System includes a pair of traditional-looking humbucking pickups and a dual active preamp.
The Gus G. FIRE Blackouts System includes two pickups handmade in Santa Barbara, California, and a U.S.A.-made Blackouts preamp that replaces one of the guitar's volume pots. The preamp features the bare-wire lockdown system used in Seymour Duncan's Liberator Solderless Pickup Change System, so players who already have active pickups in their guitar can install the new system using only the included screwdriver. The package also includes three 25K potentiometers for guitarists who are migrating from passive pickups.
For product information and to locate a store visit: www.SeymourDuncan.com/GusG
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