In [this Facebook photo](https://www.facebook.com/tonerguitarrepair/photos/pcb.635540393135167/635539723135234/?type=3&theater) posted by Toner Guitar Repair, the guitar shop says, "Ben Gibbard's (Death Cab for Cutie) G&L ASAT Bluesboy sent to me for repair. Note the solitary volume control. Both pickup are on simultaneously at all times." The bridge pickup looks to be a black Seymour Duncan, and the neck pickup appears to be a humbucker. In [another photo](https://www.facebook.com/tonerguitarrepair/photos/pcb.635540393135167/635539799801893/?type=3&theater) showing the wiring, they write, "This is the original wiring for Gibbard's Bluesboy. A bit messy with big globs of solder. No insulation to prevent shorts. The pot was worn & needed replacement. Note that both pickups are wired directly to the volume pot. There is no switch between the pickups & no tone pot." ([source Facebook post](https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=635539799801893&set=pcb.635540393135167&type=1&theater))more
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