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Face it. Not everybody likes active pickups. That's why the engineers at Basslines, Seymour Duncan's all-bass division, just released the Phase II Passive Soapbars. These replacement pickups offer a passive alternative to battery-powered pickups.
Bassists can use the Phase II Passives with passive volume and tone controls. Or, for maximum control, they can be matched with Basslines' STC-2p or STC-3p Tone Circuit, which offers either two or three bands of active EQ together with a proprietary slap contour switch.
The Phase II Passive pickups are direct replacements and generally require no instrument modifications. The full-length dual blade accommodates maximum string spacings up to 2.70" (68.5mm) for the four-string model and up to 3.10" (78.5mm) for the five-string model.
The Phase II Passive pickups are hand built in Seymour Duncan's Santa Barbara, California workshop and include mounting hardware and instructions.
For more information, visit their web site at www.seymourduncan.com