The Seymour Duncan Antiquity Humbucker Bridge pickup gives you the great sound of the legendary PAF (Patent Applied For) humbucking pickup designed by Seth Lover in 1955. Designed for the bridge position, this pickup is wound a little hotter than its neck counterpart, and is sonically balanced for bridge duties. And just like the originals, the Antiquity humbucker even exhibits slight variations in DC resistance. Each pickup is hand built in Duncan's special Antiquity Room, and every magnet and bottom plate are signed by Seymour himself. Get authentic PAF tone (and visuals) with the Seymour Duncan Antiquity Humbucker Bridge pickup.

  • The legendary "PAF" humbucker sound you've heard on countless records
  • To retain the sound and appearance of the originals, the pickup is not wax potted
  • Hookup wire includes the classic braided "push back" cloth braid wire
  • Mounting ring is marginally higher to accommodate the increased pickup height
  • Magnet and bottom plate are signed by Seymour Duncan
  • Type:Humbucker
  • Position:Bridge
  • Active/Passive:Passive
  • Magnet Material:Alnico II
  • Number of Conductors:1 wire plus braided shield
  • DC Resistance:8.6K
  • Connectivity:Soldered
  • Number of Strings:6
  • Covering:Covered
  • Color:Aged Nickel
  • Format:PAF

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  • Antiquity Humbucker Bridge Pickup
  • Aged Nickel

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