Seymour Duncan STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack
Seymour Duncan STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack

STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack, Telecaster guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan in the Medium Output Tele Pickups series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %
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KirKill's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack
Middle microphones such gain in Duncan, I installed it on a U.S. Standard Telecaster replacement Kit Kotzen home DiMarzio is more High gain, already the microphone a little more respect telecaster in the sense that I find the sound a TV with over gnac ... I combined with a Push / Pull (Gotoh) which earned me a stoned passing and a little elbow grease and a good session of soldering iron ...
The result is well worth the effort because the sound is as good as a single and doubles, I found the best of both worlds ... a very good punchy rock'n'roll twang in single mode and a good hard rock crunch dual mode, rendering the whole is neither vintage or modern I would say it is between what suits me perfectly
Microphones mounted on the Telecaster Jeff Buckley

SlapKid's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack
I installed this microphone, purchased at random on ebay (it should not do in principle huh), on my peavey telecaster vintage 2007 (full-size humbucker in the neck). The goal is to have a better balance, more possibilities of wiring, and also more noise.

As I am using the bridge only for the large distortion of the original can not miss.
For crunch I splits combined with the split sleeve too, and cleans the same bin for the funk otherwise handle alone.
Output level high enough, very clean bass, mids present just too nasal, very sharp slap mastered enough but not too high.

Compared to that of my late baja tele, it seems less and less open to breathe, for it is silent cons big distortion and behaves super-combined with the split sleeve. So I do not lose anything actually changes. Combined with brass saddles and ashtray bridge type micro this is hyper-accurate aggressive in heavy distortion, I think I did not know better for the rhythm of egg, very fast as his.

In non-clear sound split the microphone does not compare with that of the Baja, but I do not see anyone using it as well (or perhaps fingers with a compressor?).

Grief, however, quality workmanship, my microphone was totally off its composite base, breaking the 4 net son ultrafine coil. I'm not saying the galley to fix everything ... but it was serviceable phew. For the asking price is the shame of course, but not more than my Kinman tele whistling for anything I find ...

In short, an interesting choice in the end, I would do.

(Wiring my TV: a full bridge bridge split only 2 / 3 split sleeve full bridge / 4 sleeve split neck full 5manche only one full
This is ideal, more automatic, requiring a type selector, however 2502N)

Z3r0's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seymour Duncan STK-T2B Hot Lead Stack
I use it for three months on my tl Mexico.
"I likes the sound of this micro stack (a simple two microphones on the other) that allows me to get good clean sounds and biting relatively balance and gain precision in distos . I think it's a good mic it to improve the sound of a tlcaster mexico and remove the buzz.
-I did not test other models on my tl from the standard MODEL Mexico.
The quality-price ratio looks good (I found a used 60, 120 Special features nine)
-I would do this choice for this microphone that go well with the STK-1N.