|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-01-2004 03:47 AM|
|RSVampire||you can also special order pickups with no logo's on them by Seymour Duncan. If it has the model # on the back of the pickup, I wouldn't worry about it not saying "Seymour Duncan" on the front of the pickup.|
|11-30-2004 05:23 PM|
|Kontalonis||Well nonetheless, do you think this is a good guitar for 250-300 dollars. There are no cracks or breaks just a few nicks and rusted knobs. Also, final thoughts on the pickup.|
|11-30-2004 05:19 PM|
|darren wilson||I believe Seymour Duncan only started branding their pickups in the early- to mid-'90s. The logo is only silkscreened on the bobbins, so it's also possible it wore off or was removed.|
|11-30-2004 05:02 PM|
|Kontalonis||The ones they are selling new have the logo on them. What is the chance that it is a SD. I mean could there be another company with the same stamp on the back?|
|11-30-2004 05:01 PM|
|Jammy||If I remeber correctly not all seymours have the logo on the front, could be wrong though.|
|11-30-2004 04:49 PM|
Urgent Pickup Question!
A friend of mine is about to bid on a used 570 on ebay, but has one question. The bridge humbucker has been changed and on the back it says TB12 J. I looked up the model number and it says it is a screamin demon but one thing baffles me. The seymour duncan logo is not on the front of the pickup like it usually is. What is this thing?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!