Seymour Duncan Pickups - It's all about tone!
Seymour Duncan's SH-12 George Lynch Screamin' Demon was designed in the Seymour Duncan Custom Shop specifically for metal guitar legend George Lynch. So what does a metal master like Lynch look for in a pickup? Big tone reminiscent of a '59 Model with a touch of percussiveness gives you a sound with plenty of growl. The SH-12 George Lynch Screamin' Demon utilizes a row of slotted screws along with a row of allen screws for a more airy, open tone. The SH-12 George Lynch Screamin' Demon is perfect for any genre.
Seymour Duncan SH-12 George Lynch Screamin' Demon at a Glance:
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Designed in the Seymour Duncan Custom Shop for guitar legend George Lynch, the SH-12 Screamin' Demon has the big open sound of Duncan's '59 Model with a little less bite and a little more growl. The tone is big, percussive with a defined treble response that doesn't get harsh. It uses one row of allen screws and one row of standard slotted screws for a unique "airy" sound, and comes with four-conductor hookup cable to facilitate more complex pickup-switching situations.
Ths SH-12 Screamin' Deamon is recommended for use in the bridge position, and is often paired with a moderate output neck pickup like the SH-1 '59 for P.A.F. tones. The SH-12 is designed for balanced and warm instruments, and works especially well with rosewood fingerboards.
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- Color: Black
- One row of slotted screws, one row of allen head screws
- Open, more airy tone with plenty of growl
- Works for virtually any genre of music
Why Choose Seymour Duncan?
Quite simply, it boils down to tone. Seymour Duncan has spent the majority of his life refining the art of creating pickups. Seymour Duncan is dedicated to getting the best tone possible from his pickups, from modern metal monsters to faithful reproductions of gems from the '50s and '60s. We know tone is important to you which is why we choose to carry Seymour Duncan pickups. With the massive amount of pickups available from Seymour Duncan, you're certain to find the sound you've been looking for.