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Will a Telecaster bridge pickup fit in a humbucker route?

Will a Telecaster bridge pickup fit in a humbucker route?

Re: Telecaster bridge pickup fit in humbucker route? it will need some routing I think. no need to. it fits perfectly.

What’s the best pickups for a Telecaster?

10 Best Telecaster Pickups in 2021

  • Fender Tex-Mex Telecaster Single-Coil Pickups.
  • Tonerider TRT1 Vintage Plus Tele Neck Pickup.
  • Fender Generation 4 Noiseless Telecaster Single-Coil Pickups.
  • Seymour Duncan APTL-3JD Jerry Donahue Model Tele Bridge Pickup.
  • Fender Pure Vintage Reissue Telecaster Pickups.

Will a Tele bridge pickup fit in a Strat?

As you probably know, you can’t simply put a Stratocaster bridge pickup into a standard Telecaster bridge because of the different mounting systems and sizes. A Tele bridge pickup usually has three mounting holes, while Strat pickups have only two.

Which is the best Telecaster bridge pickup to buy?

10 best Telecaster bridge pickups. 1 Fender Custom Shop ’51 Nocaster Tele Pickups. If it’s vintage chime and spank you’re after, why not go straight to the company that pioneered that 2 Seymour Duncan Hot Rails. 3 The Creamery Classic ’67. 4 Lindy Fralin Split Steel Poled Tele Bridge. 5 Monty’s Retro Wind Tele.

How many pickups are there on a tele?

Some Teles, however, do have three pickups (an additional pickup in the middle position). It is possible to purchase standalone pickups (i.e. one for the bridge or the neck) and it is also possible to purchase pickup sets that come with both.

Which is the best Fender Telecaster neck pickup?

If you’re interested in swapping out your Tele’s neck pickup, you might want to check out the Fender Vintage Reissue ’62. This pickup will give you that signature tele twang with edge and warmth. The Vintage Reissues come with Alnico 3 magnets and enamel-coated magnet wire.

What kind of base plate for Telecaster bridge?

The metal baseplate made it easy to hang the pickup off a conventional Tele bridge using exposed screw heads for easy height adjustment. The black leadout wire was also soldered to the base plate, which grounded the bridge and obviated the need for a separate bridge ground wire. The original baseplates were made from steel plated in zinc or copper.