• 920D Custom Seymour Duncan '59 / STK-S4 / '59 Loaded HSH Pickguard 7-Way White
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920D Custom Seymour Duncan '59 / STK-S4 / '59 Loaded HSH Pickguard 7-Way White

$439.99 USD
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DESCRIPTION

This pickguard has a standard 5-way wiring harness with two modifications. It has a toggle that turns on the neck pickup which allows the neck/bridge and neck/middle/bridge pickup combinations. The other toggle splits the humbuckers. The STK-S4 pickup is a noiseless single coil which gives you a completely noiseless loaded pickguard. The unit should fit any guitar with a standard 11-hole HSH route.

 

  • Seymour Duncan Nickel '59 / STK-S4n Pickups
  • White 11-hole 3-ply HSH Pickguard
  • 920d Custom 500K Potentiometers
  • CRL USA Spec 5-way Switch
  • 2 Chrome Mini Switches (coil split neck and bridge / neck on)
  • White Skirted Knobs
  • Wired with vintage-correct cloth-covered wire.


59 Humbucker

The 59 Model neck pickup is a warm, versatile humbucker with a big PAF sound that is great for playing both big, rich chords and fat sounding leads.

 

Description

While these vintage style coils give the 59 neck pickup an airy quality that keeps it planted firmly in the PAF family, the alnico 5 bar magnet, and vacuum wax potting have been added to accommodate lighter guitar strings and louder amplifiers than were ever used in the 50s. The result is a pickup with tons of old-school tonal character, but with a brighter top end, scooped mids, and a more compressed sound. Pair with the 59 bridge model for a traditional balance and sound, or pair with a higher output bridge model like the JB or Duncan Custom for a more aggressive setup. In addition to the alnico 5 magnet and wax potting, we hand build the 59 Model with a variety of traditional vintage treatments, such as 42 AWG plain enamel mag wire, long legged nickel silver bottom plate, vintage single conductor braided push back lead wire, and no logo. As with all of our PAF style pickups, the 59 Model is wound on Seymour's old Leesona winder from the early Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, MI.