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Seymour Duncan SHPR-1N P-Rails Neck
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  • klontrklontr

    No maaaaal!

    Seymour Duncan SHPR-1N P-Rails NeckPublished on 02/01/14 at 23:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mounted on a imperator lâg 100 for two weeks, I had never changed mic a guitar. The P-rail with only one competitor to my knowledge (the Coax home VOX), I did not actually compare.

    The four positions are interesting, although I was very surprised by the simple position. Do not expect sound strat! Obviously, lâg much closer to a PRS ... But the sound is nice no matter what. It is possible to mount the microphone in both directions with the rail toward the center or outward. I chose the second option to have a simple sound deeper.

    The other positions are more traditional and very good quality. The humbucker sound in parallel approaches really sound easy (I'll turn the microphone to see …
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    Mounted on a imperator lâg 100 for two weeks, I had never changed mic a guitar. The P-rail with only one competitor to my knowledge (the Coax home VOX), I did not actually compare.

    The four positions are interesting, although I was very surprised by the simple position. Do not expect sound strat! Obviously, lâg much closer to a PRS ... But the sound is nice no matter what. It is possible to mount the microphone in both directions with the rail toward the center or outward. I chose the second option to have a simple sound deeper.

    The other positions are more traditional and very good quality. The humbucker sound in parallel approaches really sound easy (I'll turn the microphone to see the difference is significant), which makes me hesitate to retain 4 positions ... all combinations are indeed possible:

    _simple/serie/P90 (the most common is the one that I think pass)
    _parallèle/P90/série (farewell rail, but if you have a nice side stratabound ...)
    _parallèle / series simple/P90 (via two push-pull, or through triple-shot of the same brand, to study)

    If we have a pair can be controlled separately via the two switches, or when simultaneously (two single two P90 ...) with two push-pull, but the mixture is limited.

    In any case, the mode and P90 in series are excellent.

    For 100 euro new (rare in Cygnus, especially in neck ...), it's definitely worth Given the ten possibilities with a pair, you can give free rein to your desires or transfigure a guitar which you would tired. The electronic part is pretty dense. Read the "wiring bible" on the site of seymour, or go out to a pro.

    Arrival of the bridge version, I can not wait! ^ ^
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