#1
I'm thinking about putting a Seymour Duncan Hot Rail in the bridge position on my strat. my local music store said they will put it in for free. What do you guys think about this pickup? Should I go for it or look gor something better?
Gear:
MIM Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
Marshall BB-2 Bluesbreaker
Maxon OD808 Overdrive

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#3
a little bit of everything...from pop to blues to hard rock to classic rock...
Gear:
MIM Strat
Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
Marshall BB-2 Bluesbreaker
Maxon OD808 Overdrive

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#4
It's a good pickup, but it's not the same as a humbucker. Why not just get a humbucker?

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#5
i prefer the cool rails less harsh compared to the hot rails
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#6
A buddy of mine had a hot rail in a tele. Tons of output but I didn't really care for the tone. Lots of low-end, very little articulation.

I'd look into an SD vintage rails or perhaps a DiMarzios Air Norton S or Super Distortion S.
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#7
i like the cool rails for neck position. if the hot rails in a bridge are that nice i would recommend them, but never have actually tried them. perhaps a bit muddy tho like ^this fellar said, i noticed it too a bit in the cools, but i also use them in the neck. im not a huge fan of the vintage ones tho, but i like a high output pup.
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