Seymour Duncan STS-1S Triple Shot Frame BLK

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Pickup frame

  • For Trembucker or F-spaced
  • Set (2 pieces) for humbucker
  • With integrated switches for parallel, serial or split coil mode
  • No body milling necessary
  • Colour: Black
Available since August 2009
Item number 227279
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Pickup System Humbucker
Material Plastic
Colour Black
Incl , Screws No
93 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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too weak for continuous usage
[Manfred] 12.05.2019
The switches are the weakest point. If you stick to one configuration they will hold. But you really can't use them continuously like you can with the conventional toggle switches.
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Amazing Pickup Switching Tool
Foley60 24.06.2019
This product really takes the complexity out of splitting and blending your pickups (in my case Seymour Duncan P rails). My original delivery was damaged in transit and I really have to credit Thomann's customer service team as they replaced them with new almost immediately after my request. Thank you, Thomann and Seymour Duncan!
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Triple Shot Frame-very good idea poorly implemented
Anonymous 26.01.2017
I use them in conjunction with Seymour Duncan pickups, the JB and the TB models.
The idea of having access to serial and parallel pickup wiring at the tip of your finger, with a simple switch - is brilliant.

PROS:
- after having them installed, you have access as promised to serial and parallel pickup wiring at the tip of your finger, with a simple swith
CONS:
- the frames are very fragile; even working very gently when installing them, the risk og breaking them is huge
- tiny fragile switches; they scratch your hand if you hit them accidentally while playing
- very expensive, considering their fragility; on the road, or used daily basis in gigs - they won't last long.

Maybe Seymour Duncan should consider building them in better quality, because the idea is great
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useful functionality but flimsy
Troshik 28.10.2018
They work as advertised providing a variety of sound combinations, however they are not very robust (especially the white cables connecting the PCB).
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