It is a Telecaster bridge pickup, wound by hand luthier Jerome Dussenne Valenciennes, replica original pickups Broadcasters. I give this advice, this microphone that my two Telecasters team for 16 months. Basically, I had ordered a Tele with an alder body (maple veneer and a beautiful tabby) and TSS configuration. I came out of Kinman models on a Baja (which I preferred the original fender on arrival). I also tested a lot of high quality Tele pickups: seymour antiquity, van zandt and so on. Brief.
My order does not really vintage at the base, but rather a simple character Tele, but capable of ripping remaining balanced, even with the large distortion of a Marshall ... Well there is! I hallucinated by connecting the Tele: the twang is there, the bite of vintage microphones too, but a good level of output harmonics coming out with ease, and absolutely perfect tonal balance. And my first test I did in my channel saturated JCM 800 with the balls to drive! Never showy, always defined in the lower as the treble to the point of being too "comfortable" that a humbucker, both harmonics and solos arise alone!
Connecting an amplifier in class A: second slap, it's still as good. I never found a microphone capable of doing really well in a register as vintage and modern. And when I say really, I weigh my words. I have changed the field of micro and my Baja Tele then ... re-slap! It sticks even better with the swamp ash! (Well, it is the essence of 90% of my guitars, so I may be biased ...).
In doing what you want, but for me, there is nothing better than EC bridge pickup on a Tele. For me to change, I must lay in the same noiseless! This will reveal your micro Tele alder and swamp ash Tele turn your into a powder keg. If you like big blues couillus the way Brad Paisley Tele virtuoso, Danny Gatton Hellecasters, it's the microphone. You can check the AF, it is not often that I stick a 10/10.