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It’s been more than 40 years since Seymour W. Duncan began crafting extraordinary sounds for many of the world’s top players--but this year marks the 35th anniversary of Seymour Duncan, the company he and Cathy Carter Duncan founded in 1976. That’s when Seymour began offering guitar products and custom pickup services to the larger world of musicians, transforming the way all kinds of players think about the possibilities of guitar and bass tone.

To kick off our anniversary year, we’re celebrating with a schedule of artist appearances at the NAMM Show, January 13 through 16 in Anaheim, California. The Seymour Duncan is in Hall B at Booth #5561.

SEYMOUR DUNCAN NAMM 2011 ARTIST APPEARANCES

Friday, January 14

1:00 PM

¡En Español! Alex Lora del Tri; Lalo Carillo, bajista de Luis Miguel; César “El Vampiro” López de Jaguares/Caifanes

2:00 PM

Mick Thomson of Slipknot

3:00 PM

Bass! Bootsy Collins, Steve Bailey, P-Nut of 311

4:00 PM

Randy Bachman of Bachman & Turner and Seymour W. Duncan

Saturday, January 15

1:00 PM

Dino Cazares of Fear Factory and CJ Pierce of Drowning Pool

3:10 PM

George Lynch of Lynch Mob and Alex Skolnick of Testament

4:00 PM

Yngwie Malmsteen

Sunday, January 16

2:00 PM

Warren DeMartini of Ratt and Lita Ford

You’re the Star: Tell Your Seymour Duncan Story

We often meet or hear from people eager to share memorable Seymour Duncan experiences, or wanting to tell about the pickup epiphany that helped them find their sound. Since its our 35th Anniversary year, we decided to take more of you up on it. If you’re coming to NAMM, we invite you to stop by Booth #5561. We’ll capture your Seymour Duncan story or pickup experience on video, and we’ll send you a copy.

Two Seymour Duncan Pedals Make Guitarist’s All-Time Best Stompbox List!

For their December cover story, Guitarist, the UK’s premier guitar magazine, named the 101 Best Stompboxes of All-Time, Ever! Two Seymour Duncan pedals made the cut of all-time greats: The Pickup Booster and the Deja Vu Tap Delay Our first response? Woo-hoo! Our second? Well, we posted this cool new Deja Vu video.

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