Seymour Duncan announces the availability of their Whole Lotta humbucker pickups worldwide.
The Whole Lotta humbucker pickups had been introduced more than a year ago in a limited edition in Great Britain. With these pickups, Seymour Duncan wanted to recreate models he used to modify when he worked at the Fender Soundhouse for artists such as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page.
After this first British limited edition, the brand decided to launch the pickups worldwide.
The Whole Lotta humbuckers are included in the Vintage Output series. They have Alnico V magnets and offer a high output than the original models Duncan worked on. Bridge pickup resistance is 8.78k Ohms and neck pickup resistance is 8.20k Ohms.
The british edition was sold £179. More details are available at www.seymourduncan.com.
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