"Wherever We Go" - Low Output SC's Doing Rock

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  1. Luthier Vandros

    Luthier Vandros Strat-Talk Member

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    Hard to believe how much chunk you can get out of single coils wound under 6K. This is lightly mastered with scratch drums! Drums and bass are not mixed/compressed, etc. We don't judge! Amp is a boosted silver joob.

     
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    floydrose Senior Stratmaster

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    Sounds good Luther.
     
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    Dreamdancer Senior Stratmaster

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    Absolutely...its all about the amp and the pedals to drive even the most modest singles into frenzy....not only that..but that..frenzy ll still have distinct quality and not being overly mushy and muddy like the regular humbuckers.Iam all about the single coils even for heavy stuff but prefer the noiseless ones only cause of the hum.
     
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    Yeah, cause humbuckers have cooties.
     
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    Mouse The Knees of Rock

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    I'm digging it. Yeah, with the right equipment you can get singles to move some air with the power chord stuff. It's that little arpeggio bit you did which really makes the single coils shine IMO. Nice job.
     
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    Luthier Vandros Strat-Talk Member

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    Thank you, my düds! I was really surprised what they could do. I spend the time writing that with a super strat parts guitar, but it sounded so much better with the vintage inspired one. I’ll have to find another track I did that’s the inverse. It’s an instrumental blues thing I tracked with an old Ibanez S540LTD haha.

    Have an excellent day my friends.
     
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    Baelzebub Dr. Stratster

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    I don't know how the rest of the day will play out but that was a most excellent start to it! Played it a few times. Great stuff!
     
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    Luthier Vandros Strat-Talk Member

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    Thank you, lord of the underworld (and all)!