#1
So I got these pickups really cheap on ebay as a kind of salvage auction I guess you could say. They're all seymour duncans so they're probably pretty good quality but I have no clue what duncans they are. The black one is apparently meant to be a bridge pickup but other than that, any clue?
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#2
Bottom one might be an Invader because of the double Hex screws but you can't tell what a pickup is just by looking at it dude. 99% of them look exactly the same.
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#3
the bottom one is a full shred pickup, the top ones could be like pearly gates and or the new slash pickups ?
#4
Quote by mmolteratx
Bottom one might be an Invader because of the double Hex screws but you can't tell what a pickup is just by looking at it dude. 99% of them look exactly the same.


You can't identify it but you can narrow it down (a la what you just did) and that can be useful.

edit: and by the way the invaders have huge screws and are easily identifiable, that's no invader.
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#5
Grassy:
I think you're right about the full shred, what about the black back on the creme coloured ones, does that narrow it down?
#6
Do you have a DMM? I'd start with taking resistance readings on the pickups and going from there. Otherwise you're trying to identify a black/creme box from a company that makes hundreds of black/creme boxes.


EDIT: You might've struck paydirt http://www.edroman.com/parts/blackback.htm
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