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Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound Flat
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Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound Flat

Stratocaster guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan belonging to the High Output Strat Pickups series.

6 reviews

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"No strat 'quack'"

Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound FlatPublished on 02/18/18 at 16:14
I've had good experience with Seymour Duncan products, and bought these to go in my frankenstrat at neck and middle positions. I wanted something with that strat 'quack' but with more output to blend well with the humbucker in the bridge position. I love Duncans as a general rule, but was disappointed. They're pretty hot - wound at 13.3 k - but do not have that crisp, glassy strat bite I wanted. Back to the drawing board.https://img.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_facepalm.gif
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" A simple though powerful!"

Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound FlatPublished on 12/07/11 at 02:34
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For those seeking power to the simple format (without using a single dual-format).
Mounted on a MM Gibson (mahogany) and played through a distortion Wampler Triple Wreck, large saturation achieved is surprising for a single coil, very powerful and clear.
More "heavy" with my Texas Special Tele rise in any case as a benchmark (with the same pedal / amp).
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Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound FlatPublished on 03/30/06 at 03:35
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Micro that deserves to be known ...

This is one more punch than a micro coil and below a P90 (which I love).

It is the middle position of my guitar sound and gives me great versatile blues is very good in rock too. Clean in a lot of wealth, a lot of medium ...

I recommend it to those who want a central micro bringing more.

I wired a 59 and a Paf SH5
it makes great ...
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Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter-Pound FlatPublished on 05/05/06 at 03:07
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Micro quite exceptional!

Large output level, almost sounds like a P90, can be put in any position as P90 (a condition of having the other microphones after the power of the engine), and sounds of thunder! Many PCHE, a little Twang, a little crystal, lock it all in a box and you ... THE magic mike
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Seymour Duncan
  • Model: SSL-4 Quarter-Pound Flat
  • Series: High Output Strat Pickups
  • Category: Stratocaster guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2004

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