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SKU BU-11024-SET

Seymour Duncan Antiquity for Telecaster Neck & Bridge Guitar Pickup Set

$230.99

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Seymour Duncan Antiquity for Telecaster Neck Guitar Pickup

Classic early 50s Tele rhythm tone, with well-rounded low end, and a nice sweet treble response.

Description

The Antiquity Tele Rhythm is a faithful reproduction of an early 50s Tele neck pickup. The bass response is full and round, and will add richness to your chords, while the specially calibrated hand ground alnico 2 rod magnets, and custom coil winding give the treble a smoother, more musical attack. Its great for big, bold rhythm playing, and percussive enough for classic country-style chicken pickin. It is built reverse woundreverse polarity for hum-canceling when used in combination with the Antiquity Tele Lead pickup.Hand built in our Custom Shop, the Antiquity Tele Rhythm recreates the original look and sound from the early 50s. We use a custom aged, deep drawn cover, vintage push-back cloth wire, and each pickup is lacquered, and potted in lamp black paraffin wax like the originals.Pair with our Antiquity Tele Lead pickup for the ultimate 50s style Tele.

 

Seymour Duncan Antiquity for Telecaster Bridge Guitar Pickup

Classic twangy 50s Tele Lead tone, custom aged for a smoother treble response.

Description

The Antiquity Tele Lead will give you that early 50s Tele tone, but with the high end sweetened by the custom calibrated hand ground alnico 2 rod magnets. What you get is the classic Tele twang and snap, but with a treble response that is nice and bright without being piercing. Like the originals, the ferrous bottom plates are not wax potted for that breakin up Telecaster twang tone that is just on the verge of feedback.Each pickup is hand-fabricated and scatter-wound in our Custom Shop, and all parts are aged to give the look and sound of a pickup that has been played for decades. We use vintage style push back cloth wire, and they are all lacquered and potted in lamp black paraffin wax, like they were in the 50s.