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Fender Vintage Staggered Alnico V Single Coil
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  • Fender Vintage Staggered Alnico V Single CoilPublished on 07/26/06 at 04:00
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    I use the set fender vintage staggered Alnico V for the past 3 years on my American Standard Stratocaster eet I am fully satisfied you can feel the pure vraimment his Fender Stratocaster really feel like it's great.
    I bought the set just under 100 on ebay and the seller still has to go see

    relative quality level is amazing really nothing to say
    no pb I would do if this choice was again c'tait
  • Fender Vintage Staggered Alnico V Single CoilPublished on 11/23/06 at 13:01
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    I used this mic for 10 years is an immutable standard.

    The microphone and the sound Fender Stratocaster par excellence. This microphone is spaced studs (staggered in English), by far the most popular team as the American Standard, the flagship of the brand.

    Equally at home are clear (bright, crystalline), in its full, he was often criticized for excessive presence in the upper midrange and treble, even I would describe the sound as "sharp, angular" as settings and the nature of the amplification.
    An all-tube amp significantly improve the sound of this microphone that delight some and repel those who do conceive that if the sound comes from a "Humbucker" ... Finally, the festival......
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    I used this mic for 10 years is an immutable standard.

    The microphone and the sound Fender Stratocaster par excellence. This microphone is spaced studs (staggered in English), by far the most popular team as the American Standard, the flagship of the brand.

    Equally at home are clear (bright, crystalline), in its full, he was often criticized for excessive presence in the upper midrange and treble, even I would describe the sound as "sharp, angular" as settings and the nature of the amplification.
    An all-tube amp significantly improve the sound of this microphone that delight some and repel those who do conceive that if the sound comes from a "Humbucker" ... Finally, the festival of tastes and colors ...

    A good product, affordable, ideal for upgrading an imitation which the microphones are not well made. A tip, try an American Standard, and if it's very different and much better than your copy, please install this set, you will gain a lot.

    I use today on a Start, the Bill Lawrence L-280s and L-290S for the bridge. On the second, including a Gold Lace Sensor Humbucker Jeff Beck Bridge. I love these associations but it remains that the model discussed here is a safe bet even if not noiseless and therefore requires a proper wiring.

    Conclusion: A microphone with a timeless quality / price ratio excellent.
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