Aguilar AG 4J-70 70's Era 4-String Jazz Bass Pickup Set
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Fans of the Jazz Bass know that jazz bass pickups built by Fender in the 1970s sound very different from the pickups used in the '60s. The '70s versions have a brighter, more strident tone that is per... Click To Read More About This Product
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Fans of the Jazz Bass know that jazz bass pickups built by Fender in the 1970s sound very different from the pickups used in the '60s. The '70s versions have a brighter, more strident tone that is perfect for slapping, funk and R&B. They are also perfect for many rock styles. An example of this sound range from the rock stylings of Geddy Lee to Marcus Millers Jazz/Funk inflections.
Because pickup windings and materials varied so much throughout the '70s, Aguilar used several pickups from different years as their sonic models. Through a process of listening and prototyping they discovered the very small gradations of wire size and winding patterns that reproduce the bright and deep sound of the 70s jazz bass pickup.
The AG 4J-70 pickups complement any bass and are a great match with Aguilars OBP on-board preamps. Available as a calibrated neck and bridge pickup set (also available separately) for 4-string basses, the AG 4J-70 pickups are direct replacements for Jazz Bass style basses.
Wire: Enamel, 42 gauge
Magnets: Alnico V
Cable: Single conductor, cloth covered
Aguilar Amplification's DB series of electronics are covered under warranty to the original owner for a period of ten years from the date of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship. AG series electronics, GS series speaker cabinets, and S series speaker cabinets are covered by the warranty for a period of 3 years. Tubes are covered by the warranty for a period of six months.
The warranty period starts from the date of purchase from an authorized Aguilar dealer. Your sales slip or purchase invoice is necessary for warranty service.
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The only company authorized to perform work under this warranty is Aguilar Amplification LLC of New York, NY.