The fabled Seymour Duncan TB-4 JB Trembucker is one of the most popular humbuckers on the planet. Technically a bridge pickup but adventurous types that crave Trembucker-only tone have also used it as a neck humbucker. Tones are balanced but modern with a relatively high output for great singing lead tones and thick crunchy rhythm playing.
Here's what Seymour Duncan say about the Trembucker humbucker pickup
The archetype hot-rodded humbucker for over 35 years. Great for everything from heavy blues to heavy metal.
The world's most popular humbucker. Provides slammin' output while retaining singing highs, aggressive harmonics, and just the right blend of sustain and distortion. Goes from sweet warm tones to raw rock 'n' roll. Compared to the SH-14 Custom 5, the JB has a stronger treble detail. Some players use it with 250K pots to smooth out the highs. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable.
Recommended for bridge position. Often a JB is paired with a neck pickup like the SH-2n Jazz (Seymour's favorite) for versatility or a SH-1 '59 for P.A.F. tones.
For balanced and warm instruments. Works especially well with rosewood fingerboards.
Paul Stanley / KISS, Gary Rossington / Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ty Tabor / King's X, Steve Marker / Garbage, Nick Hexum & Tim Mahoney / 311, John Connolly / Sevendust, Dave Mustaine / Megadeth