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Media Page For T3-Switch

This page contains: Audio Clips that you can expect from a Stratocaster, Nashville Telecaster, Red Special, BMG Special or other guitar with three 2-wire pickups that was upgraded with our T3-Switch product. The stock version of this guitar gave you 5 pickup tones (for Stratocaster or Nashville Telecaster), and 13 pickup tones (for Red Special or BMG Special). After the upgrade, your guitar will produce 35 pickup tones.

Description

Below are the complete set of MP3 audio clips and typical of the 35 pickup tones that are now available from an AweSome upgraded Stratocaster, Nashville Telecaster, Red Special, BMG Special or other guitar with three pickups. It lets you hear the typical range of sound you can get after you install our high performance T3-Switch Pickup Switch UpgradeTM product. This upgrade gives you seven times the number of pickup tones than the standard Stratocaster with a 5-way switch.

The pickup tones are presented in the same order as our 35 Pickup Tones Table available here.

The same short riff is recorded for each of the pickup tones. This riff walks the notes up from the low "E" string (starting at the third fret, or "G") to the high "E" string,and then ends with a "G" chord using all six strings. This is a practical way to let you quickly make easy comparison of the tones. You should also know that replacing one pickup with another will produce an entirely different palette of pickup tones.

Tone 01:   Bridge pickup
Tone 02:   Middle pickup
Tone 03:   Neck pickup
Tone 04:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 05:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 06:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 07:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 08:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 09:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel

Tone 10:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 11:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 12:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 13:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 14:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Series
Tone 15:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Series
Tone 16:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 17:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 18:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 19:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel

Tone 20:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series
Tone 21:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series
Tone 22:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 23:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Middle pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 24:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 25:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Middle pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 26:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series
Tone 27:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series
Tone 28:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Bridge pickup (normal phase) in Parallel
Tone 29:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Bridge pickup (normal phase) in Parallel

Tone 30:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series; + Bridge pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 31:   Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series; + Bridge pickup (reverse phase) in Parallel
Tone 32:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series
Tone 33:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (normal phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series
Tone 34:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) + Neck pickup (normal phase) in Series
Tone 35:   Bridge pickup (normal phase) + Middle pickup (reverse phase) + Neck pickup (reverse phase) in Series


The above tones are the "stock" five Stratocaster pickup tones:
1, 2, 3, 4, 8

The above 13 tones give you Queen guitarist Brian May's Red Special metal tones:
1, 2, 3, 14, 15, 20, 21, 26, 27, 32, 33, 34, 35