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The Creamery presents Vintage Telecaster Bridge & Neck Pickup Set.

The Creamery presents its take on the vintage Telecaster (Nocaster & Broadcaster) Bridge & Neck pickups of the early '50s available in 2 options.

 

Vintage Telecaster Bridge Pickup 1 (Nocaster)

Magnets: Alnico 2
Poles: Flat
Polarity: South Up
Coil Wire: 42AWG Plain Enamel
Lead Wire: Vintage Cloth Pushback
Output: 6.7k
Baseplate: Zinc coated steel

“My take on the vintage Telecaster (Nocaster) bridge pickup of the early '50s. Flat Alnico 2 polepieces pressed into handcut vulcanised flatwork. I scatterwind (hand feed) the 42AWG (46SWG) thin copper wire to build the coil to around 6.7k. A traditional Telecaster bridge pickup sound; crisp and clear with a bright tone yet warm & round tone due to the Alnico 2 poles. Vintage cloth pushback hookup wire, wax potted with zinc coated steel baseplate and vintage style string coil protection make this my homage to the early Telecaster twang. A great Tele bridge pickup sound.”

Vintage Telecaster Neck Pickup 1 (Nocaster)

Magnets: Alnico 2
Poles: Flat
Polarity: North Up
Coil Wire: 42AWG Plain Enamel
Lead Wire: Vintage Cloth Pushback
Output: 5.7k
Cover: Unpolished Nickel 

“The traditional Telecaster neck pickup sound – A clear bright tone with smooth mid frequencies and warm, rounded lows. The soft attack of the Alnico 2 poles is ideal for a clean Telecaster sound. Unpolished nickel plated cover, vintage style cloth covered lead wire and wax potted – match it with the vintage Telecaster bridge pickup for that 50s Telecaster sound.”

Vintage Telecaster Bridge Pickup 2 (Broadcaster)


Magnets: Alnico 2
Poles: Flat
Polarity: South Up
Coil Wire: 43AWG Plain Enamel
Lead Wire: Vintage Cloth Pushback
Output: 9.4k
Baseplate: Uncoated steel 

“My 2nd take on the vintage Telecaster (Broadcaster) bridge pickup of the early '50s. Flat Alnico 2 polepieces pressed into handcut vulcanised flatwork. I scatterwind (hand feed) the 43AWG thin copper wire to build the coil to around 9.4k giving this pickup a hotter output than the Vintage Telecaster bridge Pickup 1. A fatter, hotter take on the traditional Telecaster sound; crisp and clear with a bright tone yet  warmer, rounded tone due to the overwound coil and Alnico 2 poles. Vintage cloth pushback hookup wire, wax potted with vintage un-coated steel baseplate and vintage style string coil protection make this our homage to the early Telecaster pickup twang.”

Vintage Telecaster Neck Pickup 2 (Broadcaster)


Magnets: Alnico 2
Poles: Flat
Polarity: North Up
Coil Wire: 43AWG Plain Enamel
Lead Wire: Vintage Cloth Pushback
Output: 7.6k
Cover: Unpolished Nickel 

“A hotter wind but still the traditional Telecaster neck pickup sound – A clear bright tone with smooth mid frequencies and warm, rounded lows. The soft attack of the Alnico 2 poles is ideal for a clean tele sound. Unpolished nickel cover, vintage style cloth covered lead wire and wax potted – match it with the vintage Telecaster bridge for that 50s Telecaster sound.”

 

 

More details can be found on the Creamery’s site: The Creamery – Custom Guitars, Handound Pickups

 

*NOTE: The pickups are wound RW/RP as standard but you can request vintage non-RW/RP or alternative polarities – Send the Creamery an email.

www.at-the-creamery.co.uk

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