Killer P-90 tone awaits you with this Railhammer Nuevo 90 Wiring Diagram
In this post, we’re going to share our Railhammer Nuevo 90 wiring diagram, which gets you up-and-running with a great P-90 tone. The Nuevo 90, as you may have been able to deduce from the name, is Railhammer’s modern take on the vintage P90 pickup. It features much of the same sound associated with the original P90, but the tone is a little more balanced, and the coils are a little more responsive than a vintage model.
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If you are looking for some single coil tones, Railhammer Hyper Vintage coil splitting offers plenty of versatility
If you have one of these new modern Railhammer pickups, you may be wondering if there is a way that you can split these pickups to have access to the extra tones created by this modification. We’re going to discuss Railhammer Hyper Vintage coil splitting in this article and help you with this easy to accomplish modification.
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This Railhammer Hyper Vintage wiring diagram will get your super-modern looking pickup up-and-running with that late-50's sound
In this short guide, we are going to show you how to install a Railhammer pickup in your guitar using our Railhammer Hyper Vintage wiring diagram. Railhammers are a relatively new brand of pickup that came to the market in 2012. These pickups feature a unique design that uses rails to pick up the sound from the bottom three bass strings and uses posts to pick up the sound from the top three treble strings.
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Whether you want to change the sound or the feel of your instrument, you are only limited by your imagination. For openers, take a look at these Stratocaster pickups.
The Stratocaster is one of the most flexible guitars ever made. When compared to many Gibson models such as the Les Paul or SG, there is a dramatic difference with regard to your customization options. One of the most popular areas of focus for Stratocaster modification is the pickups. This change will have the most dramatic effect on your guitar’s sound. Now, while some may prefer vintage-style / low-output Stratocaster pickups, others may opt for noiseless or active models. There are a zillion options out there for pickups. Some good, some great, and some just plain awful.
Among the “great” options, the “right” pickup depends on not only your budget, but also your taste. This is a very subjective area and opinions differ. There are no right or wrong answers here, just what works best for you. Hopefully this list of some of the best Stratocaster pickups around, will help you get started in making this choice.
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If you want a vintage Strat pickup that is extra hot, these are seriously worth considering.
It’s hard to believe that Fender Texas Specials just celebrated their 20th anniversary. They made their debut in January 1992 as the stock pickups in the Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster. Not too long after, Fender Texas Special Stratocasters became available as standalone products. Since then, they have become quite popular.
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