The Seymour Duncan SH-13 is an ultra high output blade humbucker built for aggressive playing styles. Recommended for rock, metal, hard-hitting solos and other heavy rock styles.
The Dimebucker uses a powerful ceramic magnet coupled with stainless steel blades for hard-hitting crunch. The SH-13 has both high d.c. resistance and a high resonant peak. The result is a high-output, aggressive humbucker with more treble bite and clarity than an SH-8 Invader; as well as punchy bass response and exceptional dynamics. The blades make the Dimebucker great for balanced bends.
Comes with four-conductor hookup cable and its own form-fitting mounting ring. Recommended for bridge position. Dimebag Darrell used a '59 Model in the neck for P.A.F. tones. Designed for all instruments. The double blades make this pickup suitable for both humbucker and Trembucker string spacings.
Players include Dimebag Darrell / Damageplan & Pantera, Mark Morton / Lamb of God.
Type: Dual Coil Humbucker
Cable: 4 Conductor
Impedence: 16.25 k
Resonant Peak: 5.1 KHz
Magnet: Ceramic Bar