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Seymour Duncan STHR1-N Hot Rails Tele Neck Pickup

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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's powerful ceramic magnet, two steel blades and ove... Read More

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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'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.

  • 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
  • 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
One year replacement warranty on all pickups.

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Awesome Tele Pickup!!!

By Devin

from Glendale, AZ

Bought this pickup for the neck position on my squire tele to pair with the Seymour Duncan Black Winter humbucker that I had in the bridge position. Installation was simple with basic soldering skills. The pickup sounds amazing and pairs pretty darn well with the Black Winter bridge pickup! Couldn't have asked for a better pickup.

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Awesome Neck Pickup

By Zack

from Salt Lake City, Utah

The Hot Rails neck pickup for Telecasters is absolutely fantastic! I haven't found a style of music that it can't handle. Clean, you get a smooth, full, sound; distorted, it can go from a light overdrive to an aggressive metal tone. It will adapt to whatever you are playing. Some reviews say that this pickup doesn't have a good clean sound; that is untrue. If you are skeptical about buying one of these, don't be. You won't be dissapointed.

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Telle hot rail neck pick up

By mike

from Bancroft, michigan

I just installed the new duncan tele hot rail neck pickup in my peavey generation(tele)guitar, along with a hot rail tele bridge pick up. The neck blends real well with the bridge pickup but a little smoother. I used 500k pots instead of the traditional 250k. Neck is usefull for jazz, blues, soft tones, as well as shredding. Bridge is for heavier tones, but if you roll back the volume you can pull off some twang too. Along with vintage rock. I really like the hot rail tele set for all kinds of music. Just bought samarian cobalt pick ups for my USA tele they kick but too. you wont be dissapointed...

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Great pickups

By ********

from Michigan

I just installed these Seymour Duncan Hotrails in both positons on a MIM Fender Telecaster and they sound great. The pickups bring alot fuller tones than the stock pickups that came on the guitar. When I got it back i tryed it compared to a American Tele and most people liked the sound of my MIM. I would install these on any telecaster in the future!

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