Seymour Duncan Pickups - It's all about the tone!
Seymour Duncan's Hot Rails pickup is one of the highest output pickups Duncan makes, and also one of the most popular. The Hot Rails uses a pair of blades coupled with strong ceramic magnet and powerful coil windings to create a pickup that's full and fat with a ton of sustain - perfect for classic rock, but also lending itself very well to more aggressive tones such as garage rock or metal. Best of all, these humbuckers - and all their beefy tone - fits inside a single-coil-sized pickup. Add girth to your tone with the Hot Rails!
Seymour Duncan Hot Rails at a Glance:
- High output
- Complete setup
One of the highest output and most popular pickups Seymour Duncan makes, the two thin blades, strong ceramic magnet, and powerful coil windings give you the incredible sustain and a fat, full sound that's needed for playing heavier rock music. This pickup responds to the subtlest finger movements, and comes with four-conductor hookup cable to facilitate flexible switching options such as coil tapping.
The Hot Rails are available for both bridge and neck/middle positions. For an incredibly versatile guitar, use an SHR-1b in the bridge position along with an SVR-1n Vintage Rails in the middle and an SCR-1n Cool Rails in the neck. You won't believe the sound coming from your Strat! The Hot Rail pickups respond well to maple or rosewood fingerboards.
- Humbucking design in single-coil-sized
- Neck position
- Color: White
- Ceramic magnet
- High output
- Great for heavy tones
- Four conductor wire
Why Choose Seymour Duncan?
Quite simply, it boils down to tone. Seymour Duncan has spent the majority of his life refining the art of creating pickups. Seymour Duncan is dedicated to getting the best tone possible from his pickups, from modern metal monsters to faithful reproductions of gems from the '50s and '60s. We know tone is important to you which is why we choose to carry Seymour Duncan pickups. With the massive amount of pickups available from Seymour Duncan, you're certain to find the sound you've been looking for.