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Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails Bridge
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Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails Bridge

Other guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan belonging to the Medium Output Humbuckers series

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OgmorOgmor

Not disappointing!

Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails BridgePublished on 02/08/13 at 13:23
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I use it for 2 weeks. This is the first time I change the mic a guitar, I took Trembucker format to change the humbucker a Mexican HSS strat with a floyd rose. The original micro gave a good thick distortion, but the sound was a bit dull, and most importantly, gave feedback and uncontrollable little esthetiques full volume!
I turned to the micro as a base, I wanted a p90. Having a microphone that offers both balls of p90 and humbucker thickness told me tt on, I thought the risk was minimal as the p90 was good, and from seymour duncan rather it inspired confidence.
Well I'm not disappointed, the four options that offer micro really well done! Ability to select only the p90, micro...…
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I use it for 2 weeks. This is the first time I change the mic a guitar, I took Trembucker format to change the humbucker a Mexican HSS strat with a floyd rose. The original micro gave a good thick distortion, but the sound was a bit dull, and most importantly, gave feedback and uncontrollable little esthetiques full volume!
I turned to the micro as a base, I wanted a p90. Having a microphone that offers both balls of p90 and humbucker thickness told me tt on, I thought the risk was minimal as the p90 was good, and from seymour duncan rather it inspired confidence.
Well I'm not disappointed, the four options that offer micro really well done! Ability to select only the p90, micro simple type "rail" one, two humbucker mounted in parallel or in series. I use mostly humbucker in series and p90. For my style of music (doom with hi gain distortion greasy), the p90 side gross is ideal, and contrary to what I've read, I found the series rather beefy humbucker. Of course, this feedback less than my previous microwave, but it's still pretty saturated. his sound has a little natural saturation, it is a humbucker rock in general.
The clean sound is not bad either! My strat has 2 single coil pickups Van Zandt, I do not know what model, I would say that most blues-oriented rock. their sound is very clean crystalline, warm and dynamic, very rich. P rail is certainly lower, but it is not at all cheap. Clean and warm enough for my taste, maybe more subdued. At this level, I would even say that the rail is not more strat / fender it, it remains in a more thick, but nice anyway. the parallel humbucker is not bad, it just did not have the same power offered by the series connection. Its sound is rather clear.

I do not regret this choice, things could satisfy me as much, but it really is a good microphone. I think we do not necessarily need the 4 positions, we will quickly his choice among the possibilities, but it makes it interesting to the microphone choice and meet more people can be like that! The next "gadget" can make suspicious, but it really made all these functions. It offers a real clean sound as big crunch or distortion hi gain. We do not play in my opinion this mic saying that it is particularly bad!
I said that I came up with the P Rail, which prevents me from really taking the lead: simple installation, use very simple, fast and convenient ... Perfectly suited for this microphone!
Note: You must format Trembucker to part like the microphone if you want to mount it on a guitar with a tremolo (type strat).
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purple.telecasterpurple.telecaster

Very Pleasant Surprise!

Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails BridgePublished on 02/06/12 at 08:20
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hello,
-Mounted 15 days ago in the bridge position
This is my third bridge pickups on a guitar Godin Exit22 lefty MSM amended
It seems that it is my final mic!
-Bought used
Disadvantage-but mandatory:
3 possibilities for the use requires a 3 position switch on / off / on, not a potentiometer push / pull "standard" but it's worth the effort.
. Position = 1 single coil, not bad and since I did not like his counterpart on the stratovolcano that it seems to me, or at least no worse.
. Humbucker Position 2 = I am not too fan of humbuckers but this one seems very correct, versatile, not typed as SH4 that I abhor, it may displease fans of the humbucker that "puke" .
. Position...…
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hello,
-Mounted 15 days ago in the bridge position
This is my third bridge pickups on a guitar Godin Exit22 lefty MSM amended
It seems that it is my final mic!
-Bought used
Disadvantage-but mandatory:
3 possibilities for the use requires a 3 position switch on / off / on, not a potentiometer push / pull "standard" but it's worth the effort.
. Position = 1 single coil, not bad and since I did not like his counterpart on the stratovolcano that it seems to me, or at least no worse.
. Humbucker Position 2 = I am not too fan of humbuckers but this one seems very correct, versatile, not typed as SH4 that I abhor, it may displease fans of the humbucker that "puke" .
. Position = 3 P-90 I love, I have had a true P90 in the neck position but I did not like ersatz bridge now? P90 overwhelms me, my favorite position, couillu + but less than a deaf one humbucker.
I suggest that unrestricted SHPR-1 P-Rails stratomen equipped with HSS,
for three additional welds to .....
IN SUMMARY: deserves to be better known.
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vitvit

Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails BridgePublished on 04/22/08 at 10:30
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Finally a Universal Micro guitar!
Micro Humbucker multi double bars alnico 5, 4 son to split S, P90, H

Predict a cross on / off / on or just a push-pull knob to use
Paf/P90 the position that goes on a mahogany body guitar type LP

I've had both 15d and tell you more ... it's pure happiness.
He replaced the bridge pickup brilliantly Prs Dragon 2 of my PRS Custom 22, this means the potential of the "beast". To me the sound of greenday, Bertignac, paul person, SRV, Slash, Santana 70 ', everything goes perfectly without parasite

8.56 k simple position: it is the Start position 2 (micro ceramic)
position P90 10.2 k: its very harmonic, super fat, perfect for the crunch
...…
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Finally a Universal Micro guitar!
Micro Humbucker multi double bars alnico 5, 4 son to split S, P90, H

Predict a cross on / off / on or just a push-pull knob to use
Paf/P90 the position that goes on a mahogany body guitar type LP

I've had both 15d and tell you more ... it's pure happiness.
He replaced the bridge pickup brilliantly Prs Dragon 2 of my PRS Custom 22, this means the potential of the "beast". To me the sound of greenday, Bertignac, paul person, SRV, Slash, Santana 70 ', everything goes perfectly without parasite

8.56 k simple position: it is the Start position 2 (micro ceramic)
position P90 10.2 k: its very harmonic, super fat, perfect for the crunch
position humbucker 18.8 k: the slap, the next few jB is
it can also be "cable" in / / order to have a softer sound Paf.

Guitarpartsresource.com United States purchased from 66 euros including shipping, usually found in US price (on ebay, fast delivery 10j)
probably the best guitar pickup today saw its great polyvalence.il are also with the cover pearl white, very classieux.le DiMarzio same config is only available on the guitar turn VOX 2300 euros.
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jerome.lenoirjerome.lenoir

Seymour Duncan SHPR-1B P-Rails BridgePublished on 11/10/08 at 08:18
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I made up 2 of my Parker P-44 for a month. A real pleasure ... Even the guitar was versatile at first, but there ... It's even better.

The quality / price ratio, there's no better: € 197 including mounting for two microphones (Lille).

I am a "beginner" but I played with my fernandes and Parker with standard microphones. There is no comparison.

For my part, to avoid damaging the guitar, I opted to mount with knobs / switch. I do not play in concert => no problem but if not, opt for an additional switch, even if it involves piercing the guitar (there are too many combinations with the knobs to change quickly while playing).

My teacher scratch (which is a lot of concerts) spends...…
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I made up 2 of my Parker P-44 for a month. A real pleasure ... Even the guitar was versatile at first, but there ... It's even better.

The quality / price ratio, there's no better: € 197 including mounting for two microphones (Lille).

I am a "beginner" but I played with my fernandes and Parker with standard microphones. There is no comparison.

For my part, to avoid damaging the guitar, I opted to mount with knobs / switch. I do not play in concert => no problem but if not, opt for an additional switch, even if it involves piercing the guitar (there are too many combinations with the knobs to change quickly while playing).

My teacher scratch (which is a lot of concerts) spends his time poking me all of my classes to try to see what it has in the stomach. He plays the Trust, Lynyrd Skynyrd, U2, Clapton, Red Hot, funk, jazz ... Each time, the sound is more than adequate ... All this just by playing with the knobs and scrapes without touching the amp ... For now, he could not reach the limits of micro ... They are perfect every time.

So in summary, that happiness, if it again, I do it again without hesitation!
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  • Manufacturer: Seymour Duncan
  • Model: SHPR-1B P-Rails Bridge
  • Series: Medium Output Humbuckers
  • Category: Other guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 04/03/2008

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