#1
I am currently looking for a pair of clear, not very thick and fat top-end, and chimey pickups for Jazzmaster.

May I get some advice? Thanks.
#2
What kind of jazzmaster? Pics?
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#4
What kind of budget do you have?
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#5
Quote by TheStig1214
What kind of jazzmaster? Pics?

Just a typical Jazzmaster. like Squier Vintage Modified Jazzmaster.
#6
Quote by dannyalcatraz
What kind of budget do you have?

I'm not considering budget problems at this time.
#7
Quote by JustRooster
I just put a set of Seymour Duncan Antiquity II's into mine, and it's got a lot of overhead shimmer and chime.


I was rather interested in these beforehand, though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu4UvCxHZ5w


I will consider that. Thanks!
How about Manlius 59 Jazzmaster PUs?
#8
Well, besides Lollar, I'd recommend The Creamery, Vintage Vibe and Rio Grande pickups, in no particular order. I'd also look at Lace, but I don't know if they actually have Jazzmaster pickups. (If they do, they're probably darn good.)
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#9
Quote by dannyalcatraz
Well, besides Lollar, I'd recommend The Creamery, Vintage Vibe and Rio Grande pickups, in no particular order. I'd also look at Lace, but I don't know if they actually have Jazzmaster pickups. (If they do, they're probably darn good.)

Thanks.
#11
I understand the Lindy Fralins are nice, and they make a hum-cancelling version. The hum-cancelling pickups require a little routing, though, because of their greater height.
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#12
Quote by dannyalcatraz
I understand the Lindy Fralins are nice, and they make a hum-cancelling version. The hum-cancelling pickups require a little routing, though, because of their greater height.

I'll check them too, thanks a lot.
#13
Curtis Novak's - I use them and mine sounds like a bell.

Theres a sticky on different jazzmaster pickups on a section of the offsetguitar forum. Do some googling, you'll find it.
#14
Never heard the Novaks, but they do seem to have a good rep.
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