which pickup is this?

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  1. bepo-san

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    I'd guess it is two of these set next to each other. It looks to have the width of a guitar pickup, and not be especially made for a saz.
    upload_2020-9-19_21-28-55.png Several companies make twin blade single coils, which one is used there would be hard to judge. I've not seen a ready set humbucker sized 4 bladed PU before.

    Probably two "Diego Twin Blade" from Goldo.


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    upload_2020-9-19_21-40-17.png This Chinese shocker is on the auction site for a mere 10 pound Stirling. https:/Humbucker-Double-Twin-Hot-Rail-Blade-Pickup-Red
     
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    Probably something available in Europe like Seymour Duncan hot rails or Dimarzio the chopper, although they appear to be wider, so might be a custom wound ? .. those two manufacturers are imho your best shot.
     
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    thank you for reply. I am pretty sure these are 2 of 2 bladed pickups next to each other. I found an other old video. At 2:10 there are 4 screws next to pickups so it must be 2 pickups next to each other.

    Thank you for reply. yes it might be custom wound but i hope its not.


    well can you guess any pedals used in these videos. I found an info but im not sure. Some guy told me there is Boss distortion DS-1 and Boss GE7 equalizer and Boss ns- 2noise suppressor but i dont know its true or not. Can you help me at that point?
     
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    Yes he was the best saz/bağlama player in the world
     
  7. xtelesquirex

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    Bozlak Manyetik? Maybe. I can't read Turkish and there isn't much information about them in English. Good Luck!
     
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    The boss pedal in this video looks like a boss overdrive not distortion

    Looks like a od-3

    Edit: the post below is correct it could also be a sd-1
     
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    The yellow one looks like a Boss OD-3 or SD-1. Looks like the GE-7 to me. Near the end you see the sliders for each frequency. The biggest pedal might be a volume pedal.
     
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    thanks for reply. Bozlak is a music genre (like jazz, rock, metal etc.) which is just sing by turkish people. I think its english translation is close to lamentation but not exactly same. Manyetik means pickup in turkish. Bozlak manyetik is a general term to describe suitable pickups for bozlak music. For example Dimarzio Dp102 is a bozlak manyetik. There is not much information about them in turkish neither. Most people hiding the information like big secret. Thanks for attention. :)

    Thanks for reply. I think its SD-1. There are videos from late 80s the tone is very similar to this. OD-3 produced in 1997. Thanks for help. I have to try these at some music store. Can't buy it without trying. Unfortunately these pedals are very expensive(like other everything) in turkey. You have to work 2 weeks just for one OD-3 pedal. Thank you for helping me. Im sorry for my grammer. Im trying to imrove my language skills.
     
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    No problem. Sorry I couldn't be more help. And you're better at English than I am at any of my other languages. :cool:

    Best of luck!
     
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