#1
What does a hot rail pick-up do different than a traditional humbucker in the bridge of a strat??
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#2
I got a Mini-Humbucker (not a Duncan Hot Rails, which aren't great IMO) in my Strat bridge with a 500k tonepot. It's much midsier than the normal single, a bit fatter and higher output. Bit less treble, and it cancels noise. Better distorted tone by far, but thanks to the mids and 500k pot it still sounds very single-coilsy. Imagine it as a cross between a very hot Tele bridge pickup and a hot P90.
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#3
Well basically, we put these in our teles because they fit the single coil slot. Lol
#4
none that i can see... o_O
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