Seymour Duncan SAPTR-1 RW/RP APTR-1 Tele Alnico II Neck-Single Coil Pickup

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Seymour Duncan SAPTR-1 RW/RP APTR-1 Tele Alnico II Neck-Single Coil Pickup

Seymour Duncan SAPTR-1 RW/RP APTR-1 Tele Alnico II Neck-Single Coil Pickup

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Other refinements include a bound contoured alder or ash body and an abalone dot-inlaid maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard, 22 medium-jumbo frets, rolled fingerboard edges, and highly detailed nut and fret work. These guitars are the best of the best when it comes to Fender and you can choose pre-specified models (That have already been designed head to toe) or you can even specify your own dream guitar from the woods and pickups to the fingerboard inlays! The bodies were bandsawn and routed from slabs, rather than hand-carved individually, as with other guitars made at the time, such as Gibsons.

In the case of pickups, the most significant characteristic is the gauss strength, which is a measure of the density of the magnetic field.

Most Telecasters have two single-coil pickups, a pickup selector switch, a single volume control and a single tone control. The Telecaster has always had a three-position selector switch to allow for different pickup configurations, as well as two knobs for controlling volume and tone. Several variant models have been produced over the years including those with different pickup configurations and electronics, semi-hollow body designs, and even a twelve string model.

We add a deep drawn chrome plated brass cover, cloth pushback lead wires, then wax pot like the originals. S-1 switching on an American Elite Telecaster, for example, differs sharply from S-1 switching on a Classic Player Baja Telecaster. Without engaging the S-1 switch, the first three blade switch positions deliver standard Telecaster wiring, with a special in-series fourth position that creates a thicker tone with more output. and a small amount of expensive US labor for quick, crude matte finishing and final assembly have enough net value to make a legal majority of the production cost attributable on paper to "American" materials and labor.I believe the bodies at least, and possibly the necks, are now made in Mexico, as the Ensenada plant was gearing up to produce necks over a year ago, and started doing their own bodies after the H1 line was introduced. There have been both documented and undocumented changes in the H1 line, but some instruments in the H1 line are using the MIM Standard "Upgrade" necks with different decals. Ceramic magnets should be considered as an individual case because they do not contain any nickel or iron. The Pre B-1™ maintains a lot of the basic character of the Tele® bridge position, but the sound is bigger. That's not a quick tweak, but a full multi-point setup by an experienced guitar technician who will check and adjust every single thing on your guitar, bass, ukulele or banjo to ensure it is performing at its absolute best.

If you don't know where to start, we recommend getting the set - it captures the full voicing of what we tried to create, as well as ensures it won't be out of phase with other pickups in your guitar. There’s absolutely no reason to think they couldn’t do the same for a Tele, and even less reason to not want them to do it! Hand built in Santa Barbara, CA, the Hot Rails Tele set is meant as a drop-in replacement for American Standard Fender Telecaster sized pickup routes.Together with its sister model the Esquire, it was the world's first mass-produced, commercially successful [note 1] solid-body electric guitar. The '68 version has two standard Telecaster single-coil pickups, [31] string-through-body bridge, and a choice of an ash or mahogany body.

Gibson produced the Gibson Les Paul guitar in 1952 after bringing on Paul to help design a commercial model to compete with Fender. In 2011, Fender released the Modern Player Telecaster Thinline as a part of the Modern Player series. At the time Leo Fender began marketing the newly designed Stratocaster in 1954, [18] he expected it to replace the Blackguard Telecaster, [19] but the Telecaster's many virtues and unique musical personality have kept it in demand to the present day. They are made in Corona, California and come in 5 colors, (Black, Sonic Gray, Natural, Sunburst, and Surf Green). First, a true tone control knob was installed, that could be used to alter the tone from bass-heavy (in the 0 position) to treble-heavy (in the 10 position).Controls include a dual concentric volume pot for each pickup, a master tone and 3-way pickup switching.

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