"Garageland" Telecaster Set
Inspired by the early/mid-60's Telecasters that found their way into the hands of the British pub rockers and early punks like Dr. Feelgood and The Clash in the 70's, this set has that scooped, aggressive tone that defined an era. Thanks to the relatively low wind found on Teleaster pickups of this time, they have great clarity and plenty of twang.
The neck pickup has AlNiCo 5 magnets and is scatter-wound to about 6.8k with 43awg plain enamel wire.
With a lower output around 6.5k, the bridge is wound with 42awg plain enamel wire, also uses AlNiCo 5 magnets, with the raised D and G poles common to the time.
The neck pickup is available with chrome, nickel or gold covers, or uncovered if you want a touch more brightness and bite.
They use cloth push-back hook up wire, and are reverse wound/reverse polarity for hum-cancelling in the middle position.
As standard these pickups are lighty wax potted to allow a more open and detailed sound, but reduce the chances of any unwanted microphonic feedback caused by the cover or baseplate.
|DCR||Neck: 6.8k, Bridge: 6.5k|
|Inductance||Neck: 2.6H, Bridge: 3.3H|
|Wire||Neck: 43awg Plain Enamel, Bridge: 42awg Plain Enamel