Seymour Duncan is an American company best known for manufacturing guitar and bass pickups. They also manufacture effects pedals which are designed and assembled in America. Guitarist and luthier Seymour W. Duncan and Cathy Carter Duncan founded the company in 1976, in Santa Barbara, California. Starting around 1983–84, Seymour Duncan pickups appeared in Kramer Guitars as standard equipment along with Floyd Rose locking vibratos, and can now be found on instruments from Fender guitars, Gibson guitars, Yamaha, ESP Guitars, Ibanez guitars, Mayones, Jackson guitars, Schecter,DBZ Diamond, Framus, Washburn, and others.
The Seymour Duncan TB-6 trem-spaced version of our original high output ceramic humbucker. The TB-6 Duncan Distortion Trembucker is perfectly suited for aggressive players.
The Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass Pickup delivers warm and vintage correct tone. Based round the original Leo Fender precision bass pickup design. Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage for P-Bass Pickup, Dual Coil Design
The Seymour Duncan SJB-1 Vintage for J-Bass pickup yields a classic early Jazz Bass sound and look. Single Coil, available in both Bridge and Neck Positions.
Seymour Duncan STK-J1N JAZZ BASS Pickup. Vintage-voiced Stack that is a noiseless drop-in replacement for any 4-string Fender American Standard Jazz Bass neck position pickup.
Our original high output ceramic humbucker, the Seymour Duncan SH-6B Distortion Bridge Humbucker Pickup is perfect for rock and metal players.