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BARE KNUCKLE PICKUPS THE SINNER SINGLE COIL SET

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BARE KNUCKLE PICKUPS THE SINNER SINGLE COIL SET

Our hottest true single coils based on the ferocious output of the legendary ' über ' Sinner bridge with massive bottom end, grinding mids and extreme pick attack.

When it comes to output, The Sinner single coils will give any humbucker a run for its money and allows players to maintain the look of their Strat without having to hack it about. Unlike a humbucker or hum-cancelling coil, The Sinner set retain the extended frequency response of a true single coil with deeper lows and more presence in the highs. The bass tracks extremely quickly for fast, palm muted riffing while there is plenty of weight in the upper mids and highs for a screaming lead tone that really punches through. Although designed for the hi-gain rock player, step off the overdrive and ease back on the volume pot and The Sinner coils produce a solid contemporary clean tone.

The metal god of grind; full definition, high output grunt in a true single coil pickup. The Sinner single coil is scatterwound by hand with extra winds of special gauge plain enamel wire. Designed specifically for players who demand very high output without losing the character of a real single coil. Huge bass and low mid chunk combine with a smooth, clear top end that never gets abrasive. Wired with cloth 'push back' cable and wax potted against microphonic feedback, this pickup will take you to hell and back in one swift ride.

Output:

Contemporary

Bridge DC:
Magnet:

21.5KΩ *
Alnico V

Middle DC:
Magnet:

15KΩ *
Alnico V

Neck DC:
Magnet:

15KΩ *
Alnico V

 

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  1. Very Happy with Bare Knuckle Sinner Set

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2014

    I got the Bare Knuckle Sinner single coil set with the standard (non-reverse wound) middle pickup, staggered pole pieces, and the base plates. I installed them in a Fender American Standard Strat with a standard, 1 volume, 2 tone, setup. I play it through a Marshall JCM 900 SL-X and a Marshall 1960a 4 X 12 cab.

    I have played these for more than a month now and over all I am very happy with them and I plan on keeping them in. They give my Strat more of a heavy metal sound that is good for the kind of classic, 80's metal that I like to play. I'm not a tone expert, so I may not use the best language to describe the tone, but here it goes: They have a lot more compression than a regular single coil, which is good for a metal tone, but bad if you want a classic Strat sound. The frequency range is more like a humbucker than a single coil, so there is more bass and mid range and less treble than a regular single coil. The one way that it is not like a humbucker is that you will not get unlimited sustain like an extreme humbucker. Therefore, you won't be doing never ending left hand only legato runs or tapping without a cranked overdrive pedal. With an overdrive pedal you can get them singing good. The pickups sound good in all 5 positions. The neck position is great for leads too. One pleasant surprise about the pickups is that I can play them on a distorted channel without hearing much hum. I don't even need to use a noise compressor. I do need a noise compressor when I turn on the overdrive for singing leads.

    In summary, if you want more metal single coils, but understand that they are not a perfect substitute for humbuckers, they are a good choice.





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