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Seymour Duncan TB-APH1 Alnico 2 Pro Trembucker Bridge Pickup White
Seymour Duncan TB-APH1 Alnico II Pro Trembucker Bridge Pickup, White

Seymour Duncan TB-APH1 Alnico 2 Pro Trembucker Bridge Pickup White

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Part Number:SDTBAPH1-W
  • Dual Coil Humbucker Bridge Pickup, No Logo
  • Alnico 2 Magnets
  • 4-conductor Hookup Cable
  • Includes Trim Ring
  • Made in USA

The Seymour Duncan TB-APH1 is identical to the APH-1b bridge pickup, but with Trembucker spacing for guitars with greater than 2.00" string spacing (E to E) at the bridge.

The Seymour Duncan TB-APH1 is a dual coil, warm, moderate-output humbucker. Great for jazz, blues, classic rock and slide. The Alnico 2 magnet and moderate windings yield a warm, sweet tone with more natural string vibration for great sustain. Classic rock players who get their distortion from the amp rather than the pickup love the APH-1. It allows them to back off the crunch and get beautiful clean tones with softer attack. Compared to the '59, the Alnico 2 Pro has a rounder sound with a spongier bass response. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable and no logo.

Often the APH-1 is used in both neck and bridge positions. Or, in the neck with a higher output pickup like an SH-11 Custom Custom or SHPG-1b Pearly Gates for heavier rock or hotter blues sounds from the bridge position. Works well with brighter toned instruments. Works especially well with maple and ebony fingerboards. Also works great with hollow and semi-hollow body guitars.

This pickup is used by Slash / Velvet Revolver & Guns 'N Roses (neck & bridge), Michael Wilton / Queensryche (bridge), Jeff Tamelier / Tower of Power (neck), Tim Mahoney / 311 (neck), Troy Van Leeuwen / Queens of the Stone Age (neck).


Type: Dual Coil Humbucker
Position: Bridge
Cable: Four Conductor
Impedence: 7.85 k
Resonant Peak: 6.7 KHz
Magnet: Alnico II Bar
Output: Moderate

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