Seymour Duncan SM3 coil splitting is a beginner level modification that requires very few tools and only costs a few dollars
This time we are going to talk about Seymour Duncan SM3 coil splitting. Splitting a humbucker is a beginner level modification that requires very few tools and only costs a few dollars. The Seymour Duncan SM3 is a mini-humbucker, but it has all of the same properties that a full-sized humbucker has, and you can split it in the same way. Continue reading “Seymour Duncan SM3 Coil Splitting”
Let’s discuss Seymour Duncan SM3 wiring and how you can install this miniature humbucker in your guitar. The SM3 features two overwound coils with a high carbon steel blade in each. The steel blades help provide a more even output during string bends, and it eliminates misalignment. It uses an Alnico 5 bar magnet for extra strength and warmth.
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Seymour Duncan SM2 Coil Splitting, which is an easy modification that most people can complete with a minimal amount of experience and tools.
Let’s talk about Seymour Duncan SM2 Coil Splitting, which is an easy modification that most people can complete with a minimal amount of experience and tools. Continue reading “Seymour Duncan SM2 Coil Splitting”
Learn Seymour Duncan SM2 wiring and how you can install this mini-humbucker
In this post, we’re going to discuss Seymour Duncan SM2 wiring and show you how to install it into your guitar. Continue reading “Seymour Duncan SM2 Wiring Diagram”
The Mini Humbucker versus Firebird question is a popular one. Learn the difference between these two vintage style pickups.
There are so many different kinds of pickups available that it can become difficult to dig through the ever-growing pile to choose the best one for your guitar. Continue reading “Mini Humbucker Versus Firebird Guitar Pickups: What is the Difference Between Them?”
If you're thinking of switching to Mini-Humbuckers, or upgrading what you have, here's a rundown of the best ones out there.
Mini Humbucker pickups offer you the best of both worlds; they are humbucking (i.e. no 60-cycle hum), they are capable of great chime and clarity when you play clean, and when you use a lot of drive, they sound fantiastic. They will never sound quite the same as a full-sized humbucker, but they have a fullness and grit all their own. You really have to experiment with Mini Humbucker pickups and find the ones that are best for you, but it is worth the effort.
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