The Jazzmaster® pickup was one of my favorite sounds during the '60s. I wore out many phonograph needles listening to groups like The Ventures and players like Roy Lanham who got amazing sounds from the Jazzmaster®. In combination with the floating tremolo, the Jazzmaster® pickup has a unique tone that was heard on many mid- and late-'60s recordings. Check out album covers from the great '60s instrumental bands and chances are, you'll see a Jazzmaster®.
|Antiquity II™ Pickups||For Jazzmaster®|
|top pickup length:||3.530|
|top pickup width:||1.512|
|bottom pickup length:||3.530|
|bottom pickup width:||1.512|
|total pickup height:||.318|
|total magnet height:||.471|
|winding direction:||top going (neck), top coming (bridge)|
|magnet polarity:||north (neck), south (bridge)|
|height adjustment:||into body|
|magnet pattern:||raised top and bottom|
Most pickups can't be returned once installed because of the installation process that requires soldering, etc. Seymour Duncan however offers a fantastic 21 Day Return Policy! Here's the details:
Seymour Duncan / Basslines offers our 21 Day Real World Exchange Policy on all new pickups purchased in the U.S. and some other participating countries, which states the following: If for any reason you're not satisfied with the pickup's sound or construction, return it and your receipt to your dealer, or direct to the factory within 21 days for exchange with another pickups of equal or lesser value. To do this, please just send us an email and include your invoice number and the new pickup you'd like to exchange towards.