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    Has anyone had much expirence with this? I was wondering if it was possible to get them to make me a humbucker with '59 humbucker traits but when split (series/parallel) It could sound veyr p-90 sounding. could that be done?
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    Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

    The best thing to do is call MJ in the custom shop. The number is 805-964-9610. She will be able to give you a better idea of what they can do.

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      Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

      YES , i had MJ rewind a parker pup, call her & she will talk to you, she returned my calls , when i didn't reach her. i cant SAy enough praise for MJ........

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        Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

        I second that, MJ is great!

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        • #5
          Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

          It would have to be higher in output than a '59 to get a P-90 tone when split. She can probably come up with something, but be prepared to pay quite a bit for it. Custom windings are fairly expensive.

          Ryan
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            Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

            thnx alot guys. would u think it's posibble to double stack a humbucker so in split it still maintains a noiseless quality?
            Abstract "The Fool" Custom SG Copy
            Gretsch Silver Falcon
            Rickenbacker 381v69
            (2) Germino 45 Classic Heads and a Germino 4x12 cab
            analog Man Beano Boost
            Analog Man King of Tone
            Analog man mini biccomp
            Analog Man Sunface
            Chicago Iron Octavian
            Fulltone Deja'vibe
            Geroge Teese RMC3 Wah

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            • #7
              Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

              I called them once about making me a 7 string P90. They said sure, no problem - $180 US and it's yours.

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                Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

                ive had a pup rewound and own a few custom shop pups, all buckers, and i am very pleased with all of them. its been great to have exactly what i want. my 10k antiquity was so good it made me ignore all my other guitars

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                • #9
                  Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

                  Anyone have MJ's email address?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

                    Originally posted by Fritz6
                    Anyone have MJ's email address?
                    It's on this page:
                    http://www.seymourduncan.com/website...hopdescr.shtml

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                    • #11
                      Re: Seymour Duncan Custom Shop

                      Originally posted by maTThew
                      thnx alot guys. would u think it's posibble to double stack a humbucker so in split it still maintains a noiseless quality?

                      As far as I know It seems difficult, but I am not MJ!!!

                      Stack single coils when split loose their noiseless quality. This it is because to achieve the humbucker effect you allways need two coils winded in opposite directions and with oposite magnetic fields going thru them.

                      I have never tried this pickup but as a suggestion I recomend you to check the StagMag (SH-3) humbucker. This is made with two vintage strat single coils so when split you get this single coil tone. I have always found the split and parallel tone of the humbuckers very similar and thought it cound be a good idea to wiring this StagMag in series/parallel because in parallel it is still humbucking.

                      Good luck!!

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