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Seymour Duncan Lil Screamin' Demon Pickup  

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Like its big brother, the Seymour Duncan Lil Screamin' Demon Pickup is a little savage that combines a big, open sound with just a subtle hint of glass in a direct replacement humbucker for single-coi... Read More

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Overview

Like its big brother, the Seymour Duncan Lil Screamin' Demon Pickup is a little savage that combines a big, open sound with just a subtle hint of glass in a direct replacement humbucker for single-coil guitars. It's a pickup that can scream and provide rich harmonics, but cleans up when backed off. The tone is big and percussive without being too harsh.

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Seymour DuncanLil Screamin' Demon Pickup
 
3.0

(based on 1 review)

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3.0

not a huge fan of this pickup

By mark keller

from Dallas, Texas

Comments about Seymour Duncan Lil Screamin' Demon Pickup:

The neck pickup sounds great. Its not as hot as I like neck pickups to be. but the bridge pickup is lacking definition and is very muddy. I cant separate notes that I'm playing with my ears when I play on this pickup. The neck pickups are worth it, but not the bridge. if you need a strat sized humbucker I would recommend looking at a jb jr, there is very little difference between a jb jr and a full sized jb in past experiments and experience.

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