Warman Jazzbar bass humbucker. 13.31k, 8.56 H, 4 wire overwound

£16.85

Jazzbar Data sheet

Warman Jazzbar bass humbucker. 13.31k, 8.56 H, 4 wire overwound

£16.85

Warman Jazzbar bass humbucker. 13.31k, 8.56 H, 4 wire overwound

4 in stock

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Rock the JazzBar.

All new for spring 2016 is the Warman JazzBar. Bass ‘bucking powerhouse to drive the rhythm, blues, rock and jazz beats of your chosen style.

This pickup has a resistance of 13.31 kOhm but more importantly puts out a massive 8.56 Henries of inductance, the true measure of the the power of a pickup. Each coil has its own massive high quality ceramic bar magnet attached to the chrome rails to ensure the overwound copper wire coil is heavily saturated with the magnetic field and able to generate the full range of tons and punch required.

The wiring harness colour codes go like this.
Black = start / negative of coil 1 South
White = finish / positive of coil 1
Red = start / negative of coil 2 North
Green = finish / positive of coil 2

The pickup comes pre-wired in series with the red and white wires, that link the two coil banks, ready joined. The pickup is also wax potted, resin sealed and supplied with mounting screws.

Physical measurements are shown on the attached drawing along with the wire code explanations.

Warman truly understand electric guitars, and more importantly truly understand our products we are not just another eBay shop flogging guitar bits. I believe we are the only company on eBay who has the ability to analyse and publish the specifications of our pickups, in fact most of the major manufacturers don’t even publish the inductance ( power ) of their pickups let alone the frequency response of them .

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Q: Are these pickups wax potted and what magnet is used in them or are they ceramic??
— Asked by Andrew on 4th April 2016
A: All our pickups from the lowest to the highest proce ones are either wax or resin potted to avoid unwanted microphonic feed back. We use high quality ceramic magnets in these pickups as they are manufactured to a far more consistent standard than Alnico
— http://warman-guitars
Q: Is an active or passive pick up? Thank you.
— Asked by Cosimo Frisenna on 21st April 2016

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