Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
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STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54, Telecaster guitar pickup from Seymour Duncan in the Vintage Output Tele Pickups series.


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Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Seymour Duncan
  • Model: STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
  • Series: Vintage Output Tele Pickups
  • Category: Telecaster guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2004

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Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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dar-dar06/08/2010

dar-dar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Micro tl bridge really top"

Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
My opinion is about the STL-1 only.

I installed there 3 days and have not tried anything else.
It is round, it has the gnac, harmonics are superb.

A 75 euros is not excessive for the result. My guitar is a team of Laundhart microphone EAR brand. I gard the neck but vir bridge that sounded good, but lacked roundness, depth. Now I have a more typical sound Tl and really powerful. He gobbles large saturations

The 2-levs pads on the strings of R and G really bring something more.

Warning mount, reverse black and white son and cut the mass in the microphone. If a does not ring. Any fawn is written on the package insert.

Really a very good mic.
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Kalamo09/02/2003

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

Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
I have these possible pickups on a Mexican tlcaster.
The original pickups were not worth anything ... and met with love my garbage!
The punch is amazing and the roundness of the tlcaster is by appointment.
The grain is beautiful and gives a sound partcularit compltement Unit (the amount in his telecaster!)
No breath or intrfrences spcial note. These pickups are really great!

So do as I do, if you want one that sounds telecatser without breaking the bank too, buy a MODEL Mexico, turn Seymour (75 a), plug in and find out for you even! (Amp lamps recommended;))
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Newcas10/30/2004

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

Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
Just to confirm the view Previous: I have just changed the pickups in my telecaster nashville deluxe by Seymour '54 vintage, and it's all good (I use to replace cables origins in the history of blind transfer any possibility of ronfflette):

- More precision
- Shades of play better respect
- More punch

for the price (140 Pigalle), there's no hsiter!

My Vox AC30 apprcier looks like anyway! crunch it fun ...
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iltizzone06/09/2008

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

Seymour Duncan STL-1 & STR-1 Vintage '54
I think these are the mics "54 tv" that made me understand how Seymour Duncan was a gifted magician. These microphones are real "tone machine". P. .. What a sound!

Higher than the original U.S. Fender? Ben is the question that hangs in the air in the middle of a fragrance lamp and pick hot melt ... I do not answer, you be the judge!

Pickup:
Faithful replica of a model produced by micro little fender, the Tele54 has the distinction of having blocks of unequal height on the strings of D and G and a diameter slightly less than the studs and Teles to Esquire 'before and after 1954.
Compared to a Fender American Standard, the bridge pickup has more definition (even if very full). In his clear, the twang sounds much richer and more complex harmonics and has a presence in the high mids that allows the soloist to stand out clearly in the group.
In return it requires to boost the bass on the amp (Vox or Mesa welcome)

Micro Channel:
Ooohh the beautiful vintage sound, my god my god, you like Steve Cropper and the Stax sound? It's a bit woody and sour melancholy, is simply soulissime ... Yes but it will pay a little by a lack of output level. Is the black spot? Yes definitely because it makes some interesting intermediate position as the bridge pickup sound colors too due to its much higher level.

Similarly, the large difference in level between the two microphones makes the guitar very well suited to the stage. I regret a little, but that's why I submitted a Fender Texas Special in neck pickup, sniff, tans much for the beautiful sound of Steve Cropper.
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