#1
Whats a good high gain pickup that will fit into my SC slot?
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#2
your title is an oxymoron. you have to widen the slot to fit 'buckers in there
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#3
i think hes talking about compacted hums


they sound nice but if i were you id leave the single coil cuz imo, single coils have a nicer clean
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#4
I've heard good things about the Seymour Duncan Hot Rails. Aside from that, I haven't heard much, but you could look into:
Hot Rails
Cool Rails
Mini JB
Lil 59
All by Seymour Duncan

I think there's a couple by Dimarzio as well, I want to say the Fast Track 2, but I don't actually know what the models are.

What sounds do you want to get out of it? What guitar and what pickup position will you be putting this in?
#7
Ive only tried Hot Rails and they were pretty nice. In fact they had thicker tone than I had expected.
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#11
I got a brandless Minibucker for the bridge of my Strat, and a 500k pot. The pot made it quite bright, but it's wuite crunchy and at 14k quite fat too. It also has decent cleans, because of the combo of Alder Body + Maple Neck + Single Size + 500k tonepot for it in my Strat. It's got enough fatness for me, like a modern single. I like it.
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