Pastilla Seymour Duncan P90 Phat Cat

Seymour Duncan SPH90-1N Phat Cat P90 Neck Pickup

La Phat Cat de Seymour Duncan ha sido diseñada para encajar en el hueco de una pastilla humbucker sin necesidad de realizar modificaciones en el cuerpo de guitarra y así facilitar el acceso al maravilloso sonido P90

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SHP90-1N
0.20 kg
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Description

Seymour Duncan SPH90-1N Phat Cat P90 Neck Pickup Authentic P-90 sound in a humbucker retrofit size pickup. Recommended for country, jazz, blues, rockabilly, classic rock and heavy rock. The P-90 is a legend. The SPH90-1n Phat Cat from Seymour Duncan lets those of us with humbucker-equipped guitars tap into that great sound with a P-90 designed to fit a humbucker-sized opening. The P-90 gives you a tone that cuts through the mix, thanks to a strong midrange and treble response, and the bottom end is warm and spongy. The nickel cover gives your guitar a vintage-style look. Just because your guitar was born with humbuckers doesn't mean you're locked into that sound. Drop a SPH90-1n Phat Cat in and enjoy the classic sound of a P-90 in your favorite guitar! Description Originally developed in the Custom Shop for Hamer® Guitars, a Phat Cat is an actual single-coil P-90 Soapbar that fits under a humbucker cover and drops into humbucker-equipped guitars. The tone is big and fat, er, phat. It uses two Alnico 2 magnets for more sustain and softer attack. Also, the metal covers provide more shielding and noise reduction than standard soapbar covers. Comes with single-conductor hookup cable. Complete setup Available for both neck and bridge positions in a balanced set. The neck pickup is RW/RP relative to the bridge for hum-free performance when both pickups are used together. Guitars For use in any humbucker-equipped guitar. Works especially well in balanced instruments with rosewood, ebony or maple fingerboards. Available mods Choose nickel plated or gold plated cover (included). Players Tom Dumont / No Doubt, Bill Frisell, Steve Pedulla / Thursday

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