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I'd like to do a straight up trade for the seymour duncans in my schecter C1 classic, the bridge is a JB and the neck is either a 59 or a jazz. Will include the pots.

Blackouts or EMGs, shoot offers.
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#2
just to add they are gold, the neck is in perfect condition, the bridge is slightly slivered on a corner because of my playing style but you can bvery easily remove these covers
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any chance you would sell the JB straight up?


if you sell the jb, how much for the jazz?
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#11
I'd really just prefer to trade them as a set, saves me a lot of effort looking around
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If you can find out if its a 59 or a jazz i have an 81/81 set ill trade

The Classic comes with the Jazz stock in the neck, so unless he swapped them out, that's what's in there.


IMO, you're making a big mistake swapping out those Duncans for actives, but to each their own Good luck!
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#15
Man, i just put in a fresh set of Duncans in my ltd. JB and a Jazz actually, and they have amazing sound to them, i lot more warmth than emgs. but as matrix claw said, to each their own. free bumb for an amazing set of pups!
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#16
Then yeah its a jazz, i haven't swapped anything
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#17
bump, UK only since tax and postage will rape me
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somebody please?
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Take this as a free bumb, i have some duncan designed actives, but im sure you would no want those haah.

Well i would love those pickups in my guitar here, but you also said uk only

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#26
Do you know exactly which models they are?
And why are you trading them, what don't you like about em?

I have a EMG 81/81 combo in my ESP M-II and I never really liked them because of the clean it's getting me..

Let me know.
#27
I like actives, thats why i'm selling them. All preference. The neck is a Jazz and the bridge is a JB. PM me or add me on msn abbasmerali@hotmail.co.uk
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#36
Nothing to offer trade wise, but if you do decide to sell them - I'm VERY interested in the jazz.
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#38
I'll have a set of any combo of 81's & 85's soon as I put Nailbombs in my Les Paul so if youre up for a trade pm me.
#39
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