Seymour Duncan STHR-1b Hot Rails Lead for Tele Guitar Bridge Pickup Black

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Seymour Duncan STHR-1b Hot Rails Lead for Tele Guitar Bridge Pickup Black

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High output single-coil-size "rails" humbucker. Great for classic rock, garage, punk, heavy rock, thrash, classic metal and nu-metal.

Application
High output single-coil-size "rails" humbucker. Great for classic rock, garage, punk, heavy rock, thrash, classic metal and nu-metal.

Description
Delivers a fat, full sound with incredible output. The powerful ceramic magnet, two steel blades and over-wound coils all combine to provide a heavy, raw, distorted tone with incredible sustain. Compared to the Little '59, Hot Rails has more output and a chunkier mid-range. Comes in black only with four-conductor cable.

Complete setup
Now available in a new neck version as well as a bridge version. Matches well with a hot distortion pedal like the SFX-04 Twin Tube Mayhem or the SFX-08 Power Grid

Guitars
For all well-balanced instruments. Works equally well with maple and rosewood fingerboards.

Players
Troy Van Leeuwen / Queens of the Stone Age, Mike Stern, John 5 / Marilyn Manson & Rob Halford, Joe Trohman / Fall Out Boy

Additional Information

Condition New
SKU SEY-11205-03
UPC 800315003037
  • Model: STHR-1B

  • Category: Seymour Duncan Pickups for Tele *Each coil

  • DC Resistance: 14.8 k

  • Resonant Peak: 2.5 KHz

  • EQ: 4 / 9 / 5 (Treb / Mid / Bass)

  • Magnet: Ceramic Bar

  • Cable: Four Con.

  • Output: Moderate

  • User: Players' Pick

  • Type: Hum-Cancelling

Customer Reviews

Definitely a pickup to consider for hi gain applications. Review by Nden
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Play "post metal" or whatever you'd like to call it, so I go from super clean ambient parts to pretty heavy hi gain stuff. Picked up a hot rail pickup for my american tele in attempt to keep that sparkly tele clean, but dive into overdriven humbucker territory as well. Very hot pickup, and models a humbucker extremely well. Hot rails are super sensitive to pick attack. If you strum relatively hard with this pickup in the bridge position, you get into crunch territory. Biggest issue is cleans with this pickup, as I have to pick or strum very lightly to get anything usable. All in all though, I definitely dig this pickup. (Posted on 4/29/2016)

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