Seymour Duncan ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele (Bridge, Black)

Seymour Duncan ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele (Bridge, Black)

Seymour Duncan ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele (Bridge, Black)

B&H # SE1120533 MFR # 11205-33
Seymour Duncan ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele (Bridge, Black)

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Product Highlights

  • For Telecaster Guitar
  • Single-Coil Size Humbucker
  • Ceramic Magnet
  • Medium Output
  • Classic Full-Bodied PAF Tone
  • Even Bass & Treble Response
  • Slightly Scooped Mids
  • 4-Conductor Lead Wire
  • Hand-Built in the USA
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  • 1Description

The ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele from Seymour Duncan is a single-coil size humbucker designed for use in the bridge of a Telecaster to deliver the classic sound of a full-bodied PAF. It is recommended for playing a wide variety of musical styles such as country, blues, jazz, funk, classic rock, heavy rock, and more.

The ST59-1B provides a warm and smooth tone with an even bass and treble response, and slightly scooped midrange, reminiscent of a vintage '59 PAF-style humbucker, and has a medium output level. The pickup uses a ceramic bar magnet and is wax potted for squeal-free performance. In addition, it includes a four-conductor lead wire for multiple wiring options, including series, parallel, and split. Like all Seymour Duncan pickups, the ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele is hand-built in Santa Barbara, CA.

UPC: 800315003242
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Seymour Duncan ST59-1B Little '59 for Tele (Bridge, Black)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Type Humbucker
    Design Passive
    Magnet Ceramic
    Position Bridge
    String Count 6
    Cover No
    Conductors 4
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.1 x 2.8 x 1.5"
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