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Fender Hot Noiseless Strat Pickups
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Fender Hot Noiseless Strat Pickups
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frankyp frankyp

«  SOUND Strato without U.S. interference »

Publié le 05/23/11 à 07:45
The set of pickups hot noiseless not originally fitted on strato cheap, but rather on the high end (Jeff Beck, Clapton ...). First to show that the basic quality. They're not microphones that larsennent because they are "dual coil". Do not wait humbuckers anyway: there is not much gain or sustain or harmonics on a good humbucker, but they are much more punchy in the single coil impedance, and mostly they take much better distortion without feedback.
The neck pickup and the lyrics' are similar and the same impedance. The bridge pickup is punchy, and it is for the big crunch or distortion.
The neck pickup has a very nice clean sounds serious, the lyrics are well balanced.
A nice surprise to hear modern microphones with typical Fender Start sounds without worrying about untimely larsen. Intermediate positions, in 2 and 4 are very pleasing to the ear and we want to go in country casserole! The ideal for a casual or a pro, is having such a strat equipped with these mics, 2 guitars and one or more "hard" with humbuckers.
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