~Maxx Posted August 27, 2010 Report Share Posted August 27, 2010 Hi folks. I was wondering if i could draw on someone's experience and knowledge in dealing with these Lace Sensor pickups I have lying around. I have three golds which I pulled out of a late 80's Strat, and a red that I inherited with a box of random parts. I didn't like the golds in my Strat - which I've set up as a blues/rock instrument - so I thought I'd try them in my Harmony Strat copy, which I've always used for slightly "heavier" sounds (I'm not much into metal - but we'll say "heavier rock"). I've always had a humbucker in the bridge on this one though, and was wondering if I could make use of all four of these Lace Sensors somehow. From the reading I've done it sounds like the reds have more output than the golds, so I wasn't sure where to put it. If I wire two in series for the bridge I'm assuming I'd be best off using two of the golds. But then what? Red in the mid and gold on the neck? Or is this all just a silly idea? I think what's got me stuck is that I don't really understand how the Lace Sensors work. If you have a set of three (ie. three golds), is one of them hotter and darker for the lead position? Or are they all exactly the same? I'm assuming that RWRP is a moot point with these since they're not actually coiled, correct? I guess I just need a bit more info if anyone has it. Very much appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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