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  • MGR/Paul KnappMGR/Paul Knapp

    Fender Noiseless Pickups

    Fender Noiseless Telecaster PickupsPublished on 12/12/03 at 15:00
    Fender Telecaster Deluxe
    Where: Chuck Levins Music
    Why: Country band at the time of purchase
    Price: around $1,400 Bucks

    They are extremely quiet. The fact that they put in a dummy coil for the noise cancellation will suck out a little of the Tele's crying highs. I prefer this, others may not. But it's so minute that for quiet performance, to me it's worth it. They look great too!

    Now using them for heavy bass laden rock, still kicks butt except for that thick low end ( which a Tele isn't really designed for anyway).

    100% Quality. Anybody that gets these for everything from Classic Rock, Country, Blues, some Jazz, should be happy with them as well.

    If you want straight up simple, bu…
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    Fender Telecaster Deluxe
    Where: Chuck Levins Music
    Why: Country band at the time of purchase
    Price: around $1,400 Bucks

    They are extremely quiet. The fact that they put in a dummy coil for the noise cancellation will suck out a little of the Tele's crying highs. I prefer this, others may not. But it's so minute that for quiet performance, to me it's worth it. They look great too!

    Now using them for heavy bass laden rock, still kicks butt except for that thick low end ( which a Tele isn't really designed for anyway).

    100% Quality. Anybody that gets these for everything from Classic Rock, Country, Blues, some Jazz, should be happy with them as well.

    If you want straight up simple, but also sounding professional, this is the one. Not too quiet, not too loud on the output.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • bodbod

    They changed my life

    Fender Noiseless Telecaster PickupsPublished on 12/14/11 at 07:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My Tele Mexico "60th anniversary" new me a lot of buzz for its permanent, almost unbearable with distortion. I bought and brought up the microphones with a professional, the diffrence is obvious and the sound finally almost nonexistent! I redcouvre my Tele, but happiness.
  • ramtron666ramtron666

    Fender Noiseless Telecaster PickupsPublished on 10/14/08 at 04:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Utiliss one week, replacing the original pickups on my telecaster classic player 50 (Mexico).

    I have more than just silent. I also put together the original pickups, and resumed Fully shielded the guitar = more points.

    I found these pickups lacked EHJV, and lacked the signature sound I expected. 9a sounded less 'tv'. And noiseless, noiseless must be said quickly.

    Unless I have a bad connection, but I am not my hack .. Premire
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