Seymour Duncan Woody HC Hum-Canceling Soundhole Pickup

Regular price $48.95

Seymour Duncan Woody HC Hum-Canceling Soundhole Pickup

The Seymour Duncan Woody HC is a hum-canceling soundhole pickup that utilizes the renowned Stack technology in order to deliver a full-bodied tone without a hint of noise or that twangy hum no-one likes. The Woody HC pickups are easy to quickly mount, feature a moderate output and all the necessary sound-canceling features. They are passive magnetic soundhole pickups packed within a sturdy maple cover. This Seymour Duncan pickup offers a warm and quite rich tone without a 60-cycle hum, which comes very handy both for flashy strumming and delicate finger-style picking.

Also included in the mix is a studio quality 14'' cable. Additionally, the pickup works with basically any guitar amp, although acoustic guitar amplifiers are preferred. It also works when plugged directly into the PA system or a mixing console, making this little Seymour a very versatile product. They say that if you have to play near fluorescent lights or neon signs, Seymour Duncan Woody HC is the pickup your acoustic guitar has been yearning for. It's reliable, strong, and durable. Make sure to check out a summary of Woody HC features, specs and details in the segment below.

Seymour Duncan Woody HC Hum-Canceling Soundhole Pickup Features:

Quick-mount, passive, magnetic soundhole pickup
Hum canceling
Moderate output
Instant-mount Housed in maple cover and double potted
Warm and rich tone with no 60-cycle hum
Great for strumming and delicate finger-style playing
Includes studio-quality 14'' cable
Works with any guitar amplifier (acoustic guitar amp preferred), or plugged directly into P.A. systems or mixing consoles

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