Seymour Duncan Vintage Telecaster Pickups. The lows are full and warm and the treble response has that classic spank. Seymour duncan vintage broadcaster tele pickup set.
Seymour duncan set vintage stack telecaster pickup features eliminate that pesky hum while keeping all the chime and bite telecaster players crave. Access to rich chords and bubbly leads is maintained across the fretboard. It's got a la brea in the neck.
The Vintage Rhythm Stack Is A Noiseless Tele Neck Pickup That Delivers Classic Output And Tone.
Availability facet value in stock products (12) in stock products (12) brand. Again, the range is split into true single coils, noiseless single coils and noiseless humbuckers in single coil form. At amp breakup and be a good match for the la brea?
Seymour Duncan Set Vintage Stack Telecaster Pickup Features Eliminate That Pesky Hum While Keeping All The Chime And Bite Telecaster Players Crave.
The vintage rhythm stack is a noiseless tele neck pickup that delivers classic output and tone. Access to rich chords and bubbly leads is maintained across the fretboard. You can indeed split the little 59, but i don't recommend it.
The Guitar Came Equipped With A No Load 250K Tone Pot That I Never Changed Out.
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This Vintage Broadcaster Set Delivers That Classic 50S Telecaster Tone With Extra Punch And Twang.
Brand facet value seymour duncan (19) seymour. To complement the distinct twang and punch of the vintage 54 lead, our telecaster vintage rhythm vintage output tele pickup was designed for a smooth open tone with warm lower mids and airy highs. Seymour duncan telecaster pickups availability.
The Neck Pickup Comes With Schematic And Mounting Screws.
I ran a fralin +5% overwind bridge in an esquire and it was a great pup with more growl/less twang. A faithful tribute to the originals, the vintage broadcaster set is the perfect choice for discerning players who demand something more from their tele pickups. I think a lot of tele neck pickup issues come from the bridge itself.