This pickup was removed from a refinished 1957 Telecaster that had some changed.

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Jimmy Bryant, who epitomized the new wave of postwar electric-guitar wizards, liked the jazzier sound of the dual-pickup guitar, as did Fender himself.

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. . The bridge position has that excellent chime, with a bell-like clarity so lauded by vintage Tele enthusiasts.

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). Jan 23, 2009 · Total price: This item: Seymour Duncan Tele Broadcaster, Bridge Pickup Electric Guitar. hW9Z31_x5hBL6fDxM4u34j0-" referrerpolicy="origin" target="_blank">See full list on guitar.

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The Broadcaster weighs in at a reasonably 7.

This seems to indicate that the neck pickup was added late in the design process.

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Ashtray bridge cover; PICKUPS: Fender Custom Shop designed ’50-’51 Blackguard (neck), Custom.  · The bridge pickup is especially beefy, just like in the Fender video.

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Neck Pickup: Custom Shop "Twisted" Tele® Single-Coil Neck Pickup.

2 days ago · The Broadcaster was the original Telecaster before it got a name change in 1951 to what we know and love today.

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Up for sale is this vintage 1950-1953 Broadcaster, Esquire, or Telecaster bridge pickup. Output is 7. . . com.

Ashtray bridge cover; PICKUPS: Fender Custom Shop designed ’50-’51 Blackguard (neck), Custom Shop hand-wound ’50-’51 Blackguard (bridge) CONTROLS: Volume, tone, 3-way selector; EXTRAS: Optional blend circuit kit.

. Aiming to capture that 50s vintage vibe, the Mojotone Broadcaster pickup set is perfect for classic Tele tone lovers.

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PRICE £2,009 (inc hard case) DESCRIPTION Solidbody electric guitar, made in the USA.

The Broadcaster weighs in at a reasonably 7.