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Seymour Duncan STHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup

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Product Price $89.0
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Designed for a Fender Telecaster's neck position, the Seymour Duncan Hot Rails Pickup delivers a fat, full sound with incredible output. The STHR1-N'...Click To Read More About This Product

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A hum-canceling, high-output rhythm guitar pickup for single-coil routed electrics.

Designed for a Fender Telecaster's neck position, the Seymour Duncan Hot Rails Pickup delivers a fat, full sound with incredible output. The STHR1-N's powerful ceramic magnet, two steel blades and overwound coils all combine to provide a heavy, raw, distorted tone with incredible sustain. Ceramic magnets produce a more aggressive tone with a punchier bass and enhanced upper mids. The Seymour Duncan pickup comes in black only with four-conductor cable. Works equally well with maple and rosewood fingerboards.

FEATURES
  • High output
  • Hum-canceling design
  • Recommended for classic rock, garage, punk, heavy rock, thrash, classic metal and nu-metal
  • Fits any single-coil routed electric guitar

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • Type: Humbucker
  • Cable: 4-conductor shielded
  • DC Resistance: 14.8k ohms
  • Resonant Peak: 2.5 KHz
  • Magnet: Ceramic bar
  • EQ: (Bass/Mid/Treble): 5/9/4
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Seymour DuncanSTHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup
 
4.3

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5.0

Surprisingly versatile

By jlumagui

from Lexington, KY

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  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

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Comments about Seymour Duncan STHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup:

I was worried when I bought this,as my previous experience with Hot Rails wasn't too satisfying. However, this is exactly what I was looking for. I wanted to upgrade the puny neck pickup on my G&L Tribute ASAT Classic to more of a PAF type sound without routing the body to fit a full-size humbucker. This matches perfectly with the Seymour Duncan Hot Stack Tele in the bridge. Now I get the sting of the bridge, and a warm punch from the neck that blends nicely in the middle position. If you want a PAF sound from the neck of your Tele, this one works beautifully. Highly recommended.

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5.0

Hot Rails

By Skelecaster13

from San Benito, TX

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Comments about Seymour Duncan STHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup:

Wonderful pickup! Several people have complimented the cleans I get as well as the heavier distorted sounds I get. I was at first a little hesitant to get this pickup because I've heard people say that the Hot Rails have terrible cleans but those reservations disappeared immediately after installation. It sounds great with the Hot Rails in the bridge and I highly recommend it.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Over-hyped & not super high gain

By OCDist

from LA

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Comments about Seymour Duncan STHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup:

After reading all the reviews I decided to get a HR in the neck of my strat. I was expecting a high gain humbucker sounds - what I got was a thin sounding pickup with a little more gain. Rock sounds are okay, metal no way. The best way to describe this pickup is that a HR is like a guitar with stock pickups that are wimpy. You can get squeals easier, but chords do not have the low end or oomph. It's okay, just don't expect some fire-breathing pickup. One thing is nice, since the gain/output is not that much, there is no volume differences between the TexMex and the HR - proof these pickups do not have a lot of output.

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