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  1. DonaldR

    DonaldR Strat-Talk Member

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    Isn't the bridge pickup a STK-S4 also? Is it stronger in output because you raised it closer to string?
     
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    EC Strat-boy Senior Stratmaster Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Yes it’s a STK-4 It’s wound a bit hotter
     
  3. DonaldR

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    Good to know, I was in the impression the STK-S4b was a bit hotter just to match in level with STK-S4n and STK-S4m. If the STK-S4b is also a bit higher output than it must be a very good set.
     
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    It’s a fantastic set! The bridge is a tad higher output and it cuts thru nicely. And I know I keep saying this but If there’s a difference bt them and a true single coil set I can’t tell it. The only very small nuance is that the classic stacks are more rounded and smoother in trebles and not the bite that you in some single coils. I actually like the rounded higher end better anyway as I find it be more pleasing to listen to and not harsh
     
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