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DescriptionLindy Fralin Split Jazz Bass Pickups offer a loud, clear and even response to four string bass players with no hum. This bass pickup allows you to get all of the Jazz-Bass vibe that you love, minus the hum. Being a hum-canceling Jazz Bass pickup, it’s fat, thick, and a little thicker sounding than a single-coil Jazz Bass.
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Discussed in Dave Alexander and The Stooges in the TalkBass community
Funny coincidence/small world: I was considering switching from Fralin standard single coil Jazz pickups to Fralin split coil Jazz pickups so I was reading and reading... Split Jazz Bass Pickups by Lindy Fralin: Noiseless Jazz Bass Pickups [image] ... more
Discussed in Jazz pickups with options for “same length” bridge/neck cavities in the TalkBass community
Psssst... Lindy has an option. If you buy direct from their page you can select "Neck Size Bridge Pickup". Split Jazz Bass Pickups by Lindy Fralin: Noiseless Jazz Bass PickupsI ... ... more
Great to know, thanks ! ... more
Discussed in Lindy Fralin Split Jazz Hum Canceling 4 String Pickups ($ave over $120 vs new) in the TalkBass community
NO TRADES PLEASE These came in my (new to me) D. Lakin jazz (were paired with a J Retro, which sounded great). I'm a single coil Jazz pup guy, so putting these up for grabs. Great shape, long leads (un-cut, never soldered as the J Retro preamp is solderless). These are normally $280 +16 shipping from Lindy Fralin. I can't ... ... more
Discussed in Model J's vs. Fralin Split J's in the TalkBass community
I have Model J's in my Geddy and I've been happy with them - I have enjoyed the extra beefiness of the tone and of course the noise-free factor. But in the interest of fixing something that ain't broke, I was thinking I might try the Fralins: Split Jazz Bass Pickups by Lindy Fralin: Noiseless Jazz Bass Pickups What I wouldn't ... ... more
Discussed in J bass p/u for a passive Geddy in the TalkBass community
No, Quarter Pounders are the opposite of what you want. Delano would be my first choice: [link] Duncan Apollo are nice as well: [link] And of course Fralin Split Jazz Bass Pickups by Lindy Fralin: Noiseless Jazz Bass Pickups EDIT: Sorry, missed your $200 limit. That will eliminate lots of pickups and you may have to sacrifice ... ... more
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