Seymour Duncan TS-1 Triple Shot Flat Pickup Mounting Ring  

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An ingenious mounting ring that lets you expand your tonal palette.

The Seymour Duncan TS-1 Triple Shot Flat Mounting Ring lets you expand your tonal palette by accessing three unique tones from a humbucker. This stealth pickup switching device allows you to access series, parallel, and split wirings with a standard humbucker via two switches on the mounting ring.

The triple shot mounting ring is easy to install. Just solder your pickup leads to the attached small color-coded circuit board. That's it. Push the two switches towards each other for standard series wiring; away from each other for parallel wiring; and both towards one coil (either one) to shut that coil off.

Use the Seymour Duncan TS-1 with nearly any humbucker pickup with four-conductor cable: Seymour Duncan or otherwise.

Note: Will not fit nickel- or gold-covered Trembuckers.

Features
  • Expand your guitar's tonal palette
  • Lets you switch from normal to serial or parallel split wiring
  • Switches are built into the mounting ring
  • Made for flat, non-arched top electric guitars
  • Works with any humbucker with four-conductor
  • Easy to install

Get the most out of your humbucker! Order today.

 
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Seymour DuncanTS-1 Triple Shot Flat Pickup Mounting Ring
 
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5.0

Works really well

By ashasha

from Undisclosed

Comments about Seymour Duncan TS-1 Triple Shot Flat Pickup Mounting Ring:

Just make sure that you get it wired up right the first time. I don't know how I got the white and green wires mixed up because the thing is labeled really well, but I did it. It doesn't work real well when you wire it up wrong. :) Took just a few minutes to do it....took longer to go back and fix it. Switching on the fly isn't the easiest, but its easier to get to than I expected. The parallel position is worth the price of it by itself. It sounds amazing. The single coils are more than usable, but of course the hum is going to be there. The only drawback was that I need to cut the pickup wires really short to get it to fit in the route. Now I know that you can wrap the wire around the pickup legs, but I didn't want a bunch of loops of cable under there picking up bleed over or extra RF. It may have been fine, but I just went ahead and cut it. If I decide to change pickups I've either got to wire up a new lead or well it with the triple shot as a set. I'll be buying more of these in the future though. I like things that are clever and just work as advertised.

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3.0

Works fine, wiring is tight

By Jason-DevIt

from Greenville, WI

Comments about Seymour Duncan TS-1 Triple Shot Flat Pickup Mounting Ring:

These pickup rings work just as advertised and certainly add a lot of versatility to any humbucker. The problem is wiring them up and finding space. The solder connections are very tight and (at least for a non-professional) I found it very difficult to get everything connected without inadvertently shorting two of the wires together. Also the ground is hidden under the two leads for the pickup; I had to use some electrical tape to be sure it wasn't shorting any of the other wires. The other problem I had was getting everything to fit. Ideally, there would be enough wiring to connect everything up in the control cavity, but there is only enough to fit everything underneath the pickup. Unless you cut the leads on the pickup dangerously short, it's hard to get enough room under the pickup. I think this product has merits and maybe you're better at wiring than I am, but I would have appreciated a bit more friendly design

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