Anaheim, CA (February 22, 2008) - Seymour Duncan has expanded the company''s popular Blackouts line of pickups. The humbuckers did so well last year (neck & bridge) that SD has added a

Anaheim, CA (February 22, 2008) - Seymour Duncan has expanded the company''s popular Blackouts line of pickups. The humbuckers did so well last year (neck & bridge) that SD has added a single coil, a high-gain humbucker and two different models for seven string players. SD''s Frank Falbo explains the design and functionality of these new Blackouts in this video. He also explains the ground-breaking P-Rails pickups that allow you to split a humbucker into a "Real Deal" P-90 or a traditional single coil. (Yes, you read that sentence correctly!) Check out the video for the scoop.





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