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which tele railbucker?

maverick75

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Getting a thinline clone and I'm gonna replace the stock single with a rail style humbucker. They have several options for resistance

6-7K, 8.5-9.5K and 13-14k (Alnico V)

anyone have any experience with them? I've never used a rail style pickup ever so don't know what to expect.
Ideally I'd like a sound similar to a full sized humbucker. It already has nice saddles, So I'd rather not have to replace the plate to fit a full sized one and just use the existing tele sized hole.

I like to play pop rock and hard rock. I dont really need high output since my amps all have plenty of gain.

I also already have 2 other tele bodies with a singles so I wanted something different for this one. Thanks in advance!
 
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J T

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I got a full set of Joe Bardens for my strat back when he was making them. They are still in place after years of playing. I dont know if they are made the same way today.

I have Lollar p-90s in my R4. They're great. I see he has what he calls a B.S. bridge pickup. I'm sure that with his Charlie Christain neck would kill.


My Tele has Harmonic Design Neck and Bridge. I'm not changing them. JMHO. ;)
 
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