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Seymour Duncan TS-1 Triple Shot Mounting Ring Reviews

4.5 stars based on 6 customer reviews
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  • from NJ/USA April 1, 2015Music Background:
    Engineer/Mixer, Composer, Performer, Grandpa x 8

    AMAZING

    I had a brand new set of Jimmy Page SH18 Whole lotta hummers somebody just gave me, but I needed a really badass dedicated rock guitar to put it in and not make any more holes adding in dpdt / spdt switches and I hate'em since the. 1980s. I came across this TS-1 by accident and watched the vid on Youtube two days ago and ordered a set immediately and they arrived today with my brand new $179.00 Fulltone 3 [dumble in a box] which I also discovered by accident the same day.

    30 minute installed of SH-18s the with the TS-1s in less than 30 mins all soldered in and done. Then I did a slight fret dressing on the guitar in five additional mins! I ran it through my big rig then combos and had a genuine lovely experience discovereing the tonal combinations clean and dirty.

    It does a convincing tele, strat, Brian May out of phase and full blast Jimmy Page at my fingertips. I am so happy my head is about to explode. FYI blues jazz fusion players my 30+ year quest for dumbletone ended today with the Fulltone 3. I almost bought a used Fuchs ODS amp and an ethos and saved myself around three thousand + dollars combined. I am going to build a second one with the JS23 natural oil with JB/Jazz when it arrives at Sweetwater expected in mid May 2015 per my sales engineer and a third one with Duncan 59 set.

    You will obviously have to get your own pickups for this or convert an exiting guitar with four wires per pickup. Seymour has wiring schema for all other MFGs out there to work with this system. Absolutely brilliant and sounding amazing! Kudos!

  • from Dearborn, MI January 25, 2014Music Background:
    Pro Guitarist, Sound Engineer

    Great with the SHPR-1

    I had two of these installed along with the Seymour Duncan SHPR-1 pickup set into my Yamaha RGX 520 it is a Mahogany body and neck with a rosewood fretboard and maple top. So I have played this guitar as one of my main guitars and saw these advertised in sweetwater and decided to put them in. These are quiet at any volume and allow the full capability of the SHPR-1's without adding toggle switches. Also I've been playing for almost 30 years and these (in my opinion) are a better alternative then push pull pots and are quieter than toggle switches.

  • from Nebraska October 14, 2012Music Background:
    A little better than a beginner.

    A LOT OF TONE OPTIONS!

    I put 2 of these on my Schecter Omen 6. I put in Seymours in the guitar. Using an SH-13 Dimebucker in the bridge and the SH-2n Jazz for the neck. It's amazing how many sweet to face melting tones you can get by flipping a switch or two. I can't wait for my blend pot to get here which will enable more than double the amount of different tones you can get. Now if I could just stop flipping switches and play I'd have it made. LOL

  • from Leesburg, VA July 8, 2011Music Background:
    Guitarist & Recording Engineer

    Best Accessory for your Guitar

    I put these on my Ibanez 520QM loaded with a Pearly Gates in the bridge and a Fender Atomic in the Neck. Setup was quick and had me playing again quickly. If you are looking for a cheap way to change your sound this is the way to go.

  • from Oak Ridge, NJ September 25, 2015

    Duncan Triple Shot with Duncan SHPR1 set

    I installed these with the SHPR1S set on an old Tele and the sounds options are incredible. The body was routed for humbuckers and no pick guard. The pickups are fantastic with these rings. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for solid flexibility with no loss of tone. The installation is easy. Just be careful when soldering. A little heat goes a long way. Too much heat can cause problems.

  • from September 17, 2016

    Great idea, some drawbacks

    It does what it is supposed to, but if you have a bit of a heavy right hand, it's pretty easy to knock one of the switches into a partially on state - in this state, there is still signal, but is very very thin. It's happened to me a couple times, the first time it happened i checked every cable and connection on my board and amp before i switched pups and realized the problem. With a P-Rails, it is very handy in the studio .

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