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Seymour Duncan Invader Humbucker Set Black


Humbucker Set

  • SH-8N for the neck position
  • SH-8B for the bridge position
  • High output humbuckers
  • 3 Ceramic rod magnets
  • Equally suitable for humbuckers and trembucker spacings
  • DC Resistance: 7.2 kOhm on the neck pickup and 16.8 kOhm on the bridge pickup
  • Resonant frequency: 8.0 kHz on the neck pickup and 5.0 kHz on the bridge pickup
  • 12 Wide pole screws
  • Four-core shielded connection cable
  • Sealed airtight with wax
  • Colour: Black
  • Complete mounting hardware included
  • Handmade in USA
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Active No
Wiring 4-Conductor
Output High
Kappe No
Colour Black
Position Bridge, Neck
available since January 2016
Item number 376633
B-Stock from 199 € available
239 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Thursday, 4.11. and Friday, 5.11.
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27 Customer Reviews

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Hot passive pickups with excellent sound
conkal 08.01.2018
These pickups were installed in a Gibson Les Paul 2003 guitar which had a set of Burstbuckers level 1 and 2.

The guitar is mainly used for heavy rock/ metal .

Concerning the sound , the output of the SDs is higher with beefier distortion and more definition in this kind of music.
This high distortion comes in a passive package so batteries are not needed. It was the first time with the current band that the consensus was that the sound was clear and cutting through the mix effortlessly.

The pickups have several wiring options and a leaflet with instructions for several configurations.

Visually they have upgraded the guitar being sleek black,but this is a minor issue.

I would definitely propose these pickups for anyone searching a heavy sound


Yakub 08.03.2019
Installed this set into an Ibanez RG570, got exactly the heavy beef sound I've been looking for! This thing now growls! High output and lots of bass and mids, while retaining clarity. I like to turn up mids and treble on the amp a bit to get a balanced tone. With coil splitting, neck pickup has an interesting straty-kind of tone too. Easy to install, and SD website has tons of wiring diagrams which are easy to find and read (unlike DiMarzio). And they also look killer!


The hottest passive pickups
Anonymous 24.01.2017
I got these after wanting them for years at this stage.

They pump out some serious sound. Rock Metal and Punk are the styles I like to play and these work so well for all.

Honestly, they'll blow your balls off for the price. And they're not even active so no need to worry about battery life.

I loved back in the day when Tom Delong had a sig guitar with the single Invader in the bridge that's my first memory of them. Now look at Synyster gates work with A7X that's all pumped through the invaders, Buy em now, thank me later!


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FredBD 04.06.2020
J'ai pris ces micros pour avoir une guitare un peu plus tournée vers de la disto et du hard. Je n'étais pas du tout certain de mon choix donc j'ai tenté un peu au hasard.
Excellente surprise !! Ces micros sont puissants et extrêmement précis. Même avec du très haut gain, et en accord complet, on entend clairement chaque note. Contrairement à plein de micros très puissants, ils ne forcent pas à jouer uniquement en power chords. Les arpèges sonnent super précis, avec des aigus tranchants et non agressifs.
En son clair, ce n'est pas dans le style Jazz feutré mais c'est très utilisable, propre et toujours précis sans agressivité.
Donc finalement des micros assez polyvalents, beaucoup plus que ce que l'on peut imaginer en lisant la doc.En plus ils ont un design original ce qui ne gâche rien.
Du grand Seymour Duncan que je conseille à tous ceux qui veulent réveiller un peu leur son ou rendre un peu plus précise une guitare un peu molle.


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