#1
so im currently doing a strat build and im wondering weather i should but a single or a bucker in the bridge. I have already decided to get this and this
for the neck and midlde position respectively.
I already have my SG for metal and all around high gain and im planning to use the strat as a bluesy rock guitar. so yeah any suggestions would be good if you say get a bucker.

FYI if i decide to go SSS then this would be the bridge .
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#2
Just rout for a 'bucker so you can do both.

If you rout for the 'bucker you can still just put a SSS pickguard on and have it be SSS, but it allows you to make it HSS, you'd just need to switch out the pickguard.
#3
do singles, especially with those true velvets, best singles ever imo.
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#5
^not really. buckers arent for everything. for that bluesy rock tone, i would still suggest single.
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#7
Well it looks like you already have a humbucker-equipped guitar, so I would say go with SSS. You can definitely get bluesy rock tones from the SSS config. look at Hendrix, clapton, and SRV just to name a few.
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#8
Hot rails with series parallell switch?
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