The FS-1 and the SDS-1 in a Maple Strat

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Offline 357mag

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The FS-1 and the SDS-1 in a Maple Strat
« on: July 20, 2015, 04:45:14 pm »
I tried the FS-1 in the neck of my Rosewood Blackmore Strat and it sounded too boomy and the tone was too rounded. Sounded great in the bridge though.

I got rid of the Blackmore Strat and I'll be receiving a Maple Classic 70s Strat later in the week.

Was wondering how the FS-1 would sound in the neck of that and I'm thinking of putting an SDS-1 in the bridge.

Anyone?

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Offline darkbluemurder

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Re: The FS-1 and the SDS-1 in a Maple Strat
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2015, 03:19:37 am »
As far as I know the FS-1 was designed for the bridge position where string movement is shallow. As a result the tone may too round in the neck position of any guitar.

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