"Seymour Duncan Invader humbucker"
This reviewer purchased this item from Same Day Music.
FAT. LOUD. WARM. I installed this in a 1991 Jackson King V pro, in which the original Jackson pickup had a bit of tarnish on the posts, and had always sounded thin to me. When I climb the neck and solo now, the notes are much warmer. They are still clear, so I didn't trade thinness for mud. Good, clean, clear, warm tone. Great metal tone.
Ease of Use:
If you know how to use a soldering iron, it couldn't be easier. Detailed instructions included.
Well, the post screws are ceramic rather than metal, so tarnishing isn't an issue.
$80 is a fair price i suppose. You can spend a lot more on other pickups, you can also spend less. Bottom line is I'm happy.
The Wow Factor:
WOW was when I plugged in my guitar and cranked it up. It was a very noticeable difference. I was worried that changing pickups was a tone-junky thing that you needed golden-ears to really appreciate. I assure you the difference was not subtle.
It did what I expected it to do. Strip away all the marketing language and hyperbole, and what's left is a humbucker that took a somewhat thing-sounding guitar and warmed it up quite a bit.