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Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 Soapbar Pickup

Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 Soapbar Pickup

Neck pickup

Item # 2390
Due 1-2 weeks
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Bridge pickup

Item # 2391
Due 1-3 days
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Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 Soapbar Pickup

About This Item

Seymour Duncan's vintage correct recreation of the 1946 Gibson single-coil. Experience all of the sparkle, growl, and grittiness that makes a P90 pickup so special.

The dual alnico 5 bar magnets, and the short, wide bobbins give the P90 its unique tonal character with a powerful midrange and higher output than most other types of single coils. These pickups are a drop-in replacement for any traditional Gibson-sized P90 soapbar. Duncan's Vintage P90 is wound with plain enamel wire, and they add extra mojo by winding them on the same Leesona winder that was used in the 1950s in the old Gibson factory. Comes with vintage braided single-conductor hookup cable and is wax potted for squeal free performance.

The neck pickup sounds sweet and smooth, and will deliver big fat sounding chords. The bridge pickup has sparkly mids that really give it a gritty, open tone. Chords have a nice harmonic bloom, and single notes are glassy and up-front.

    Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 Soapbar Pickups specs:
  • Alnico 5 magnets
  • Vintage correct construction
  • Choose neck or bridge pickup
  • Height adjustment screws, springs, and wiring diagram included
Bridge model:9.7K ohms
Neck model:8K ohms

Height0.74"(18.79mm)including baseplate

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Hot bridge P-90 for 1963 SG Special


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Refitting a '63 SG that had been modded with battery powered humbuckers back in 1984. P-90 in bridge PU wound to 9.7K is the fattest sound I ever heard. Love the retrofit and way huge tone