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    Hi folks-
    Just bought a used Les Paul with Seymour Duncans in both neck and bridge. I can tell that the bridge is a JB, but nbot sure of the neck. It has a sticker on the bottom that says "SEY J". The bridge says "JB" so I am pretty sure of what that is. Both are black.
    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Pickup Identification?

    Now SDs have the model number written on the bottom of the p/up. (i.e. sh-14, sh-1)
    Did you buy it from a used music store or did you buy it from the former owner?
    Sorry i can't help you. My guess is that it's either a '59 or a jazz, since those are most commonly paired with the JB. (probably a jazz)

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    • #3
      Re: Pickup Identification?

      Got it from its former owner. It's a 1978, so the pickups could be fairly old.

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      • #4
        Re: Pickup Identification?

        I'm pretty sure that's an older Duncan Distortion.

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        • #5
          Re: Pickup Identification?

          Jolly, how the hell did you get that? lol
          EBMM JPX BFR (Crunch Lab/Liquifire)
          Schecter C-1 Classic (Custom8/Jazz)
          Mayones Duvell 7 Standard (Instrumental SFTY-3/Decomp)
          G&L Tribute Comanche
          Godin Stadium 59 (Custom Cajun/'59)
          Horizon Precision Drive --> Fulltone FB3/FD 2 --> Crybaby From Hell (Fasel) --> Boss BF-2 --> CH-1 --> TC Flashback X4
          Mesa/Boogie Mark IV-B (SED =C= 6L6) + EarCandy BuzzBomb 2x12 (V30/C90)

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          • #6
            Re: Pickup Identification?

            Originally posted by Metalman_666
            Jolly, how the hell did you get that? lol
            I remembered people posting about them before. I think they used to actually be called a "Seymourizer" or something like that.

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            • #7
              Re: Pickup Identification?

              The JB is a JB, not too hard.

              The SEY is a Duncan Distortion neck model and used to be called the Seymourizer.

              That should be a pretty cool combo.
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              • #8
                Re: Pickup Identification?

                Are they balenced or does the neck over power the bridge?
                Me and Neal's stage rig.

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