Seymour Duncan announced the release of a new addition to its Blackouts Humbucker series: the Blackouts AHB-3 Thomson EMTY.
The EMTY takes it a step further, created to meet Mick Thomson’s personal specs and metal desires.
The AHB series was designed to convey a less compressed tone, with a more extended frequency response helping to cancel hum by using balanced inputs. Blackouts are up to 14dB quieter than any other active pickups, while producing more lows, more highs, and more output, the company says.
AHB-3 Blackouts EMTY are available as Mick’s two-humbucker set, or in individual neck and bridge models to mix and match with other Blackouts and Livewires Classic II active pickups. All versions come with mounting hardware, including pots, jack, and a battery clip. For players with active pickups already installed, the EMTY can plug right into the quick connection harness.
- Magnet: Alnico V Bar (neck)/Ceramic with Steel Blade (bridge)
- Resonant Peak
- Neck: 780Hz
- Bridge: 610Hz
- Cable: Three Con. Shielded
For more information, visit www.seymourduncan.com.
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