Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
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Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck

SH-1N '59 Model Neck, Humbucker guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan in the Vintage Output Humbuckers series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 26 reviews )
 16 reviews62 %
 8 reviews31 %
 1 user review4 %
 1 user review4 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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bongo66610/18/2005

bongo666's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
I have been using my 3-year lag.
His round, very very hot and drooling slightly, even when there is a saturated fat.
I have tested several microphones in this position, including the famous PAF PRO, and strangely, the SH-1n has my preference.
Especially when split, it is amazing, I board not obtained the same results with the PAF Pro.
The best value for money is used or in the States of course, but for its excellent sound reproduction, I find that this mic is a good average.

As for whether I would do the experiment is done with chrome cache this time, to complete a DimeBucker in Bridge on my Jackson RR 94. The split is still beautiful, it collects the Satus without flinching ... Seymour Duncan one day, Seymour Duncan Always ... ;)
bongo66609/13/2005

bongo666's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
Originally fitted on my LAG which comprises the irreplaceable couple SH4-SH1.

The SH4 can manage all types of rhythms, and although the SH1 allow him to do all kinds of solos one would expect from a neck pickup.
In Rhythm, he can be round and soft. His sound is very clear air and can really vary depending on the attack that it carries. The Satus all Satus can be apliquées, he will always answer this with a precision unmatched.
Neck position but, when believed to tour, now they can splitter ... And there might as well say that pulling a button, moving from a Les Paul has a Start ... All of a sudden like that, and the sound reproduction is perfect.

My poor PAF Pro does not support the comparison, but not a bad microphone he did not arrive at the ankle.

The versatility a pure state. The couple SH1-SH4 will play everything from Pink Floyd to Slayer and everything in the Classic Rock of the 50's has today ....
sade09/09/2005

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

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
Excellent microphone, some better than Gibson. I am very surprised to see some try to use it for the hard or trash !!!!!!!! It's not the destination, it's a PAF, so blues, rock, jazz. Very warm and velvety, with the body and a beautiful grain. Mine dates from 1986 and is mounted on a Yamaha SA800, a copy of the 335, in the neck position, and coupled with an SH4 JB (1986 too), I am absolutely satisfied. Well-considered choice, I am not mistaken.
guitarman1309/09/2005

guitarman13's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
I installed for 1 year on a Les Paul copy with a violin is perfect for me, coupled with a Jeff Beck in acute sh4, and split the two separately by push-pull button volume.En saturated, it lacks a little 'acute for metal rhythm, the sound is a little too round. on the other hand, solo kills! And split into crunch, it was like the slamming of a screwed-handled scraper, roundness and more! To give you an idea of ​​the sound, Listen "Bad connection" Poppa Chubby, anyway, it can not hurt you. Well positioned in price (I paid 240 euros for 2 microphones, editing available, counting the two knobs and split), and if it again, I do it again without hesitation!
kiks02/13/2005

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

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
I have not used a long time: 15j!
The sounds are serious trs (mine was mounted in the neck position because it also exists in bridge) the sound is too specific with a lack of acute scary! the bass is invasive which makes the sound too deaf distortion (except with a good multi-effects) in the clear he will appeal to fans of jazz-funk, but it is for a Metal banish!
this microphone is not versatile enough damage ....
I had heard in too well and I t can be very trying in deu
He rode on Lag Roxanne OCCAZ I bought and I just replace it with a DiMarzio The Breed
The report price is exellent quality because the other microphones are much more expensive
for me it did not suit me because too typical but still a good micro Jazz.
I stay home for the Metal Dimarzio's still what's best passive pickups!
arnaud.ret11/03/2004

arnaud.ret's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan SH-1N '59 Model Neck
I used it for 4 years is a very good neck pickup especially a couple with sh4.

the bass is very present and very precise, missing some teeth in the acute, that is why the sh 4 the complete perfectly.
when he splits a real c regale you really try the sound is very pure and better defined acute.

I had a lot of micro, I'm going by Di Marzio, which have not convinced me, and EMG, Seymour Duncan and I care for 4 years to play punk, rock and some metal.
I returned to the couple emg 81 -85 because I find the sound more accurate in large saturations, for my style of music today.

The value for money is the best for me, just compare it with other c fast.

I would do if this choice?? in fact I think I buy a guitar up in a sh sh 6 and therefore obviously yes.