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Seymour Duncan Stratocaster Pickups (Humbucker)

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The Stratocaster is one of the defining instruments in rock history, so it goes without saying that it deserves a set of pickups qualified to keep up with it. And who better to design those pickups than a tinker who literally grew up alongside the Strat? Seymour Duncan's love affair with Fender instruments and their pickups was cultivated through their golden era in the '50s and '60s, and he and his company are still making some of the world's best-sounding pups today. If you're looking for humbucking pickups that essentially set the standard for their kind, a set of these Seymour Duncan humbucker Stratocaster pickups just might belong on your wish list.

You'll find several different styles here to choose from, so it's pretty easy to pick out a set that will perfectly match your instrument - or, if you prefer to mix and match between positions, you could even go for individual pickups in a variety of designs. Some, like the Seymour Duncan STK-S7 Vintage Hot Stack Plus, come in a stacked configuration that preserves the classic look of single-coil Strat pickups while delivering humbucker performance. On the other hand, if you'd prefer something that looks like a traditional humbucker but can fit in an unmodified Strat's mounting positions, check out options such as the Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup, the Seymour Duncan JB Jr Pickup or the Seymour Duncan SHR-1 Hot Rails Single-Coil Sized Humbucker Pickup.

These are only a few examples of what Seymour Duncan Stratocaster pickups have to offer musicians looking for humbucking designs, so don't hesitate to dive right in and take a longer look through the section. There's plenty to see, with your choice of single pickups or sets, modern or vintage tone and more. Even the choice between black and white can have an impact on your on-stage visuals, so there's a lot to consider - and with so many Seymour Duncan pickups here to choose from, it's actually a pretty fun process to narrow them down.