Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Model
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Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Model

SH-4 JB Model, Humbucker guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan belonging to the SH-4 / TB-4 JB Model model.

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Oscar the Grouch03/09/2012

Oscar the Grouch's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" With a good distortion."

Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Model
I use this mic for two years the bridge position on a yamaha pacifica.

I have not tried other model before purchasing.

I find it very good to play in distortion, but clearly it is a little too loud or aggressive.

Price / quality ratio ... it is a little below the SSL1 I own too, but I think this is the correct price for a humbucker.

I think yes, I would do the selection, but before can be trying if there are microphones in the same range in less garish clean.
caporalx06/04/2007

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

Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Model
- Use: A weekend, installation on my Les Paul Studio.
- Pros: High output level.
- Less: total lack of low to see the big rock metal.
- I am looking for a microphone to improve the "sustain" the treble on my guitar, but no question of removing low. So this microphone is not suitable at all. The Duncan Distortion's bigger.

Difficult to give a score of 10 but hey, if necessary ...
04/04/2004

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

Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Model
Micro alnico studs.
The miro is standard on the grates of a flopped march.
He really gain more than you would think at first glance, the guy!
Trs and its pretty typical of acute, full of mdiums.
It is quite fat and dirty, trs rock'n roll in fact!

In clean, it's not the top, it does well combined a simple, or a soft micro neck, like the SH-1 '59. Splitt trs or certainly, I have not tried one I nvrose not support a microphone to mutilate one of its windings ("/>

In crunch, adpote, always bold, never prcis. But he has a prsence.

In distortion for even the big rock or hard, pani concern. Try not to grind / death with it is not for a!

Well, I use it only when I tap the big boogie sly not fit in it with my drummer, for fun, but frankly, I'm not a fan: plump grain / no prcis / heavy mdiums it's really not my thing.