#1
So how hot is the red lace sensor could i play heavy metal with it?
whats a good lace sensor layout for a strat
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Hu r emos???

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#3
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whats a lace sensor?


pickups for single coil guitars
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#4
It's definitely hot, almost approaching bucker territory, missing just a bit on the crunch you get from a regular bucker. Compared to stock single coils, it's way heavier for sure but it doesn't have the clean you get from stock singles. You have to tweak your amp, hopefully a tube, in order to add on to the bass when you play it cranked all the way. For low to mid volume levels, it's fine. I have 3 Reds on one of my Strats though I swap out the mid and neck PUs with the Silver and Blue Lace.
#5
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It's definitely hot, almost approaching bucker territory, missing just a bit on the crunch you get from a regular bucker. Compared to stock single coils, it's way heavier for sure but it doesn't have the clean you get from stock singles. You have to tweak your amp, hopefully a tube, in order to add on to the bass when you play it cranked all the way. For low to mid volume levels, it's fine. I have 3 Reds on one of my Strats though I swap out the mid and neck PUs with the Silver and Blue Lace.


does it squeal like a single coil with high gain?
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#6
well if you get it get it for the bridge because you will want a nice clean sounding pickup in the neck and middle

most people don't use the bridge for clean
#7
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well if you get it get it for the bridge because you will want a nice clean sounding pickup in the neck and middle

most people don't use the bridge for clean


well then again you would if thats your only pickup . and i do believe to squeal use your amp to get them to work