A common mod for a telecaster is to keep the twangy singlecoil in the bridge and upgrade the neck pickup to a fatter sounding humbucker. This makes the guitar more versatile because you can get the growl and grit from the bridge and the smooth jazzy, bluesy tones from the neck pickup.
The neck pickup is a highly regarded Seymour Duncan 59 which is a low output humbucker that sounds great through mild overdrive. It's warm and fat sounding. And in the bridge you've got a single nocaster bridge that has all the twang you'd expect. But it really lets rip when you match it with a driven tube amp.
Características do Produto
|Pickups||Neck: Seymour Duncan 59; Bridge: Custom Nocaster Vintage Single-Coil Tele|
|Comprimento Escala||25.5" (648 mm)|
|Nº de Trastos||21|
|Controladores||Master Volume, Master Tone|
|Incluido na embalagem||Deluxe Gig Bag|
|País de fabrico||Estados Unidos|