Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele Pickup Set - Black

Electric Guitar High-output Single-coil Telecaster Lead/Rhythm Pickup Set
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Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele Pickup Set - Black
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Hard-hitting Pickups for Your Tele

Want real-deal Tele tone with high output? Many Sweetwater guitarists rely on the Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele Lead/Rhythm pickup set to delivers the goods. You get classic Tele twang - along with juiced output that lets your amp know who's boss. Duncan spec'd the STL-3 lead bridge pickup with beefy quarter-inch diameter pole pieces for a stronger magnetic field that increases the output and allows for a special coil winding. This delivers the high-end definition you need for strong treble bite and a powerful, full midrange. (It's awesome for overdrive!) The STR-3 neck pup matches the bridge model in tone and output, but uses 3/16" pole pieces and comes with a chrome-plated brass cover. Upgrade your axe with a set of Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele pickups!


Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele Pickup Set Features:
  • High-output true single-coil pickups for your Telecaster
  • STL-3 has 1/4" diameter pole pieces for a stronger magnetic field
  • STR-3 matches the bridge model in tone and output, but uses 3/16" pole pieces
  • Best for tonally balanced instruments with maple or rosewood fingerboards
Hit hard with Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound Tele pickups!

Tech Specs

Type Single-coil
Magnet Material Alnico
Position Multiple
Number of Conductors 1
Covering Bridge: Covered; Neck: Uncovered
Number of Strings 6
Manufacturer Part Number 11208-14

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SD Quarter Pound Tele Pickups

Warm tones, great sustain and superb balance across the frequency spectrum of my Telecaster build. The versatility of this pickup for multiple genres is excellent. Highly recommend and will be putting these in as my standard offering on all of out Tele builds. Bill Bradbury Joshua Tree Custom Guitars
Music background: Musician & guitar builder
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Quarter Pound Tele Set Rocks!

I did extensive research before choosing this set for my tele, but still was not sure about how it would sound. After plugging in for the first time after installation, I knew I had made the right choice! These pickups turned my guitar into a super tele, with the brightest, crystal clear cleans and some killer overdriven tones for leads. Seymour Duncan never lets me down!
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Seymour Duncan - The King of Pickups

I bought an off-brand telecaster for a hundred bucks, mostly because it is flat olive drab [Army green], just like the Jeep I used to drive overseas back in the day, but I knew I'd have to replace the hardware. I put on a new bridge, installed new pots and tuners, and restrung it. Most of all, I knew the thing needed new pups. For that, I didn't even have to think about it: Seymour-Duncan Quarter Pounders. Wow, what an immediate difference. S-D Quarter Pounders will improve the sound of any guitar or bass, no matter how expensive or cheap. Now I have a butt-kickin' tele for a reasonable cost. Everybody asks me where I got the wicked Tele, and I'm proud to tell them.
Music background: musician, songwriter, humanities professor
5/5

The best Tele pups you can buy off the shelf!

Seymore Duncan has something special for your Telecaster! The Quarter Pound set has what it takes to cut through the mix , to me they sound like a Tele on the Juice! I'm not saying rip the Twisted and Broadcasters out of your American Tele, but on the other hand if you are not satisfied with not being able to bring your guitar to light on stage, I would give these a shot, I'm not kidding folks! Give the people a kick in the pants! Rock some Qp's ! Fender and Seymour Duncan! Can I get a Rebel Yell!
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