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Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro Slash APH-2 Featured

From Seymour Duncan site: - "Like the standard APH-1 Alnico II Pro, this pickup uses an Alnico 2 magnet. However, the Slash model is wound with just enough boosted output to push a stock Les Paul toward the sweet sustain and rude crunch that characterizes Slash's sound as heard on hundreds of tracks. In addition, it comes with some of the same appointments found on the Seymour Duncan pickups in Slash's '86 recording axe, including single-conductor cable, long-legged bottom plate, and wooden spacer. For the true fan, or the player who wants to capture Slash's recorded tone, this pickup is a critical part of the tone chain. This is same pickup found in the newest GibsonĀ® Slash model Les Paul."

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Smooth raunchiness

Comments I have the neck version of this pickup in my mahogany RG playing through a Peavey Valveking 112. It's a medium output PAF-like tone that emanates from this pickup. Very smooth with a fairly flat EQ in my setup. The clean tones are chimey like a single-coil in a strat and playing with distortion is pure joy. I can imagine it will sound even better in a mahogany body with a maple cap.

Liked about it -Great clean tones
-Great distortion tone
-Single conductor lead makes for a quick install
-Slash logo on the back :)

Didn't like -Can't split coils (unless you got the huevos to pull the pickup apart to separate the coils)

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By silverctr
Aug 09, 2012
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