#2
Well, if it is a jb, it will say on the bottom of the pickup. So when you go to install it you'll know. Pickups don't really have a sound. I mean nobody can tell the pickup people are using by just listening, because it mostly just fine tunes tones.
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#3
Quote by CarmenJuandeago
the only thing the pickup says is "seymour duncan"


Sounds like a JB!

You can't exactly tell from the clip because we have no idea what amp or settings are being used.

I believe most pickups have the name written on the back.

If you like the way it sounds though, it shouldn't matter what name it goes by.
#5
Even my old '80 Mag has "The Mag" written on the back. Seymour Duncan have been doing it that way for quite some time. Ask to see a pic of the back.
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#6
it probably is, most of the seymour duncans floating around out there are JBs, '59s, distortions.