GZR PJ Geezer Butler Bass Pickup Set
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The GZR PJ Bass Pickups were developed by EMG with legendary bassist Geezer Butler, they worked to create a passive pickup with a truly vintage tone an feel, recapturing his early Black Sabbath tone. The pickups use Alnico V pole pieces and custom wound coils for just the right amount of punch and grit with a deep, tight low end. The J pickup features two custom wound split-coils to eliminate the noise and hum usually associated with early 70's bass pickups and allows for more power and volume than any other standard single coil J, creating a remarkable balance between the P and the J. The pickup features their solderless system for quick and easy installation, it comes with everything you need including two 250k volume pots, a 250k tone pot, mono output jack and all required connector wires.
|Vintage Black Sabbath tone from the signature Geezer Butler pickups
|Vacuum sealed in epoxy to reduce microphonic feedback and increase durability
|Solderless system is quick and easy to install (all required parts included)
|Made in the USA
|2 Year warranty
|DC Resistance (P)
|DC Resistance (J)
|Resonant Frequency (P)
|Resonant Frequency (J)
|Manufacturer Part Number
5.0 out of 5
Jim M. Verified Purchase
Great upgrade - and easy to install.
Great upgrade, love the sound.
Ordering was simple and prompt delivery from Glued To Music.
Bought a secondhand bass at a very reasonable price as it was in need of some love and attention. Previous owner had really messed up the wiring as in neck pick-ups not connected, bridge ground not connected but jack plug signal and ground terminals connected with a bridge wire.
I wanted these not just for the sound they promised but also for the solderless wiring setup. The bass is a solid body so was a little concerned on whether the connectors would pass through the drilled "tunnels" to the pick-ups. I need not have worried the installation was simple and was up and running within 45 minutes (included fitting and tuning new strings).