Seymour Duncan STHR-1B Hot Rails Telecaster Bridge
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Seymour Duncan STHR-1B Hot Rails Telecaster Bridge

STHR-1B Hot Rails Telecaster Bridge, Humbucker guitar pickup in single coil format from Seymour Duncan in the High Output Tele Pickups series.

blackhorse 03/14/2008

Seymour Duncan STHR-1B Hot Rails Telecaster Bridge : blackhorse's user review

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4 Micro drivers splitable
Magnet cramique
Grave: 4 / Mdium: 9 / Treble: 4
DC Resistance: 14.8 k
Resonant Peak: 2.5 KHz

Difficult to find the clbre Twang and original sound with a Tele!
So avoid if you get a DSIR Tele sound more powerful because it mtamorphose
compltement your guitar.

Of the bump is less mdiums Submitted prsager leaves the level and remains
trs musical.

2 (see 3) times more powerful than a Fender Nocaster allowing to attack calmly
any distortion with it and exploit it fully without being forced to place
c'tait as a booster before the case with my Nocaster ...

If we possde an American Standard and the American one to be eyeing the micro HS
can be an interresting alternative without changing the guitar while keeping the "look"
original on TV!

Inconvnients:
- You lose the typical sound of the Telecaster

Advantages:
- Easy installation without his guitar dfigurer
- Its power can use its well distos
- Like all microphones typs it changes effective sound of a guitar "beginners class"
- Allows you to keep intact his guitar while the sound efficiently mtamorphosant
- Trs good in Pop, Blues, Rock, Punk, Garage, and Hard Drive

In short, a good micro trs quite versatile and well rveille a Tele to see a copy!