#2
a pickup...
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#3
Quote by fifer
a pickup...

i want you to answer what the threas says, not the title. from now on, ignore the title
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#4
oops sorry
Quote by RetroGunslinger
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#5
That's a single coil I think, "3 times the output of an average single-coil" from the link
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#7
Quote by metalman71589
That's a single coil I think, "3 times the output of an average single-coil" from the link

No, its a humbucker, just sized like a single coil, and it would use humbucker wiring schemes too.
#9
Quote by Zofar
No, its a humbucker, just sized like a single coil, and it would use humbucker wiring schemes too.

He's right.
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#10
Quote by IBANEZ_EDGE
He's right.


No he's not. A rail pickup is a humbucker

From the Fast Tracks Page:
With hum-canceling side-by-side coils and twin-blade pole pieces, the Fast Track 1 dishes out solid single-coil tone with some distinct advantages.


From the Choppers page:

It shares the same side-by-side coils and twin-blade construction as the Fast Track1 as well as no misaligned poles or string-pull problems.


And from the Fast Track II's:

Like a Chopper on steroids, the Fast Track 2 is a pedal-to-the-floor, side-by-side, twin-blade monster.
#11
Quote by CJRocker
No he's not. A rail pickup is a humbucker


So he is right.

Dimarzio blade pickups are rad.
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#12
Quote by pifty
So he is right.

Dimarzio blade pickups are rad.


I swear to hell that quote was changed... Sorry, its been a long day.
#13
Quote by pifty
Dimarzio blade pickups are rad.

From the way you wrote that, I'd guess you also like DiMarzio Quickrealease straps, hm?
#14
Quote by Pikka Bird
From the way you wrote that, I'd guess you also like DiMarzio Quickrealease straps, hm?
I'm fond of Cliplocks for a number of reasons, but I really don't see how you figure it from the way I wrote that.
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#15
Well, the slang one chooses will reveal a lot about any given person. At the sight of a very eighties looking pickup, your slang word was "rad", a product of the eighties, which led me to believe you'd also go for the strap lock of choice for eighties shredders.



#16
Quote by Pikka Bird
Well, the slang one chooses will reveal a lot about any given person. At the sight of a very eighties looking pickup, your slang word was "rad", a product of the eighties, which led me to believe you'd also go for the strap lock of choice for eighties shredders.



You display the extent of logical reasoning which is so unusual for a common UG denizen. However, I only ever mention the eighties' idiosyncracies in a purely ironic sense.
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#18
Quote by Zofar
No, its a humbucker, just sized like a single coil, and it would use humbucker wiring schemes too.


+1
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#19
Quote by Pikka Bird
Well, the slang one chooses will reveal a lot about any given person. At the sight of a very eighties looking pickup, your slang word was "rad", a product of the eighties, which led me to believe you'd also go for the strap lock of choice for eighties shredders.





amazing.



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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

Quote by K33nbl4d3
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#20
For all intents and purposes, I would say that that pickup is a humbucker, just little.

Originally, I think humbuckers were pickups designed to cancel (or buck) pickup hum.

Those that buck hum are called humbuckers.
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