Perfect clones of the late 60's grey bottom Tele pickups that were found stock in those coveted vintage Paisley Teles and George Harrison Rosewood Teles. Equipped with raised D and G magnets, and vintage spec plain enamel wire.
The neck pickup has a vintage correct deep drawn cover with amazingly clear, and glassy tone. The bridge pickup nails that famous twang with a clear bass response and slightly scooped midrange. RWRP when combined for hum-cancelling in the middle position.
Wax dipped for a specific amount of time to retain that "on the edge" of being microphonic tone. Just a beautiful recreation of the real thing!
Name: Michael Rating: 5
null These ‘68 clones are phenomenal. I installed mine with a prewired 4-way Tele Mod and me, oh my, this butterscotch MIM Tele has been taken to a totally different stratosphere. Or is it Telesphere? Regardless, if you’re searching for those Harrison vibes look no further. There’s a wide range of tones achievable from light and crisp, to super dark and moody (Think ‘Gimme Shelter’). Can’t say I was surprised, though. I’ve got Mojotone’s ‘59 PAF clones in a Korean Epi Riviera, and a Player Strat with their ‘69s in it. Mojotone has blown me away every time. 5 Stars!
Name: Heath Rating: 5
null Awesome really blown away from the tone I get out of my Tele with these pickups could not be happier. I'm a fan for life.