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|Industry||Pickups and effects pedals|
|Founder(s)||Mr. Seymour W. Duncan and Ms. Cathy Carter Duncan|
|Headquarters||Goleta, California, USA|
Seymour Duncan is a company that is best known for manufacturing of guitar pickups, and currently has a line of effects pedals. The company was founded in 1976 by guitarist and luthier Seymour W. Duncan and his then-wife Cathy Carter Duncan in Goleta, California, USA. Starting around 1983-84 Seymour Duncan pickups were first used in Kramer Guitars as standard equipment along with Floyd Rose locking trems.
The company produces a large range of pickups for both guitar and bass, both single coil and humbucking varieties. It has recently moved into the guitar effects pedal market. Some pickup examples include the SH-1 '59, Little '59, Hot Rails, SH-8 Invader, SH-2 Jazz, SH-4 JB, Alnico Pro II, Blackout, SH-10 Full Shred, SH-6 Distortion and SH-1PG Pearly Gates. Famous users include John Frusciante, Slash, Eddie Van Halen, Jeff Beck, Thurston Moore, David Gilmour, Billie Joe Armstrong, Tom Delonge, Billy Gibbons, Scott Ian, Synyster Gates, Dave Mustaine, Mark Hoppus, Tom Delonge, Blues Saraceno, Michael Amott, George Lynch, Willie Adler, Tommy Kessler, Kiko Loureiro, Wayne Static, Zacky Vengeance, Mick Thomson, Mark Morton, Yngwie Malmsteen, Warren DeMartini, Dimebag Darrell, Dino Cazares, Michael Wilton, Marty Friedman, Cihan Yesil, After The Burial, Gus G, Nuno Bettencourt, Monte Pittman and Corey Beaulieu.
In the custom shop and during the 80s and 90s certain employees did special winding. The Pickup code reflects this with an additional letter following the pickup code, most famous being J (for example JBJ) which stands for Maricella Juarez. Following is the list provided by Seymour Duncan:
Seymour Duncan also produced a small line of guitar amplifiers during the 1980s and '90s. Although short-lived due to the company's lack of reputation as an amp builder, the amplifiers are well respected and sought after today.