Look at the new arrivals from Seymour Duncan
The eagerly awaited Seymour Duncan Saturday Night Special hum buckers: Alnico 4 magnets giving you an authentic 70’s sound. They’re more aggressive than 50’s style humbuckers, but without the compression of most high gain pickups.
The Apollo Jazz Bass Linear Humbuckers: Seymour Duncan’s Kevin Beller was on a quest to have traditional tone in a completely noiseless pickup. This is the result. Warm in the neck and with extra punch and detail in the bridge.
The Forza Over Drive: A sweet looking, transparent, true bypass overdrive, that completely puts you in control by way of a 3 band EQ section. From hump to grunt, just dial it in as you please.
The Killing Floor, high gain, boost: It’ll probably become your “always on” pedal, dialing in a musical, amp-like overdrive. It covers the entire ground between subtle volume boost, and big, fat, bluesy overdriven leads.
Pickup upgrades. Check! Pedal board upgrades.Check!
What a fine, fine Friday this is turning out to be!
the Riff City Crew
P.S. If you normally don’t think of Seymour Duncan as a great pedal company, we think you’ll be surprised by these new offerings
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