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Discussion in 'Just Pickups' started by Damitboy, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Damitboy

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    i screwed up .... what kind a pups are these... they came with the tele i bought off reverb they were in the gig bag
     
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    See below
     
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    ^^What he said. Google is the key. If they were in the gig bag, sounds like you got a bonus.
     
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    Those are import pickups. The originals to the guitar maybe? Jazzmaster pickup looks like the same that comes with my old Blacktop Jazzmaster. I don’t have that guitar anymore but it has a HB in the bridge position, perhaps that’s also the same.
     
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    I don’t think those boxes have anything to do with those pickups other than the pickups that came in the boxes are what we’re the replacements for the pickups we are seeing here.
     
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    @Wally I think you are correct. My earlier post looks embarrassing now. Sorry OP. The Jazzmaster type looks like a Seymour Duncan, not Fralin. The humbucker could have come from anywhere in China.
     
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    i think your right .i did manage to find out a
    little . looks to be pickups came out and boxed were put in think the sd would be marked if it was a
    duncan HB was 13 to 15 ohms
    and jm looked to be 8 my meters not the best, but free and new
     
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    This is a Booheung (Korea) humbucker.
     
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