#3
If they have different names, they're different things. That's the way most things are.
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#5
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If they have different names, they're different things. That's the way most things are.


This is kinda what I was thinking..
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what's the point in being "philiosophical"?

Interesting question...
#6
JB is often paired with the "Jazz" or the "59." i guess seeing the names together all the time would make a person wonder if they are separate items.

what guitar are u looking to buy? the JB/59 combo isnt the best for every style.
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#7
Their site recomends which pickups to use. Clicky!
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#8
personally ive lost my faith in seymour duncan, ive got a JB in my SZ and i hate it. only seymour duncans i recomend are the Alnico II Pros. if you want a killer pup set, look into dimarzio.