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Fender Tex-Mex Telecaster Set

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Pickup Set

  • 2 Single Coils for Telecaster
  • Overwound
  • Alnico 5 magnets
  • DC resistance: Bridge 8.0k and neck 5.8k
  • Includes installation hardware
Aktive Circuit No
Wiring 2-Conductor
Pickup Output High
Cap Yes
Colour Black
Position Bridge, Neck
Stacked - hum free No
Telecaster Yes
Stratocaster No
Other No
Item number 405535
82 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Dispatch expected by Friday, 22.10.
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Great Pick ups
Frank Nijboer 18.10.2020
I used these pickups to upgrade my London City Telecaster; a guitar that has such a great playability that it deserved an upgrade. I've never regretted my choice for these pickups. What stands out is the versatility of the pickups. I never have to switch guitars during a rehearsel or gig. It doesn't matter whether I play blues, rock or a clean solo, my Tele sounds fantastic. Great pickups!
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Super tele
rob.... 04.03.2020
this pickup set just gives me the ultimate telesound. Bridge is clear and not too bright, but cutting. The neck just gives the warm blues feel. Just perfect for my custom fender telecaster. Also really nice priced. Big recommanded
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Sound = great
Danycaster 01.05.2019
It sounds great, trying to think of some words... Loud, warm, very clear, crisp but not harsh, very little/none noise. The high strings were a tad quieter so I raised them maybe 5-7.5 degrees? Just barely really. The bridge pickup is plenty twangy. Versatile sound, great both clean and distorted. I was surprised I could find an "acoustic-like" sound with these pickups that I was satisfied with. I was convinced that will be impossible, nay, landed it perfectly!

Now, I'm a dumbass and I mixed up the screws, put in large screws in the neck pickup and two of the small screws in the bridge pickup. And no idea how I selected the rubber... Yea...

Wish there was a manual that said which screws belong where. Or I don't know, a picture in the item album in the eshop. As I said, dumbass. Otherwise, the wiring diagram took a stern look but I got it done in like what, 40 minutes? And I've not taken up the solder for over 10 years now

I'm quite the amateur but I'd say the bridge pickup is quite bassy while the bridge is sort-of middle-y. (But don't listen to the dumbass)
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CharlieMay1 26.12.2019
These do what they say on the tin, I used them to upgrade a Harley Benton TE-20. I had to drill out the plastic holes a little ( be careful not to go too big or the springs just slide through too). They sound great as they should.
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