Alnico 3 for the bridge and Alnico 5 for the neck, with vintage-spec 43 gauge plain enamel wire, a deep drawn chrome brass cover for the neck pickup, and a zinc plated baseplate for the bridge pickup. RWRP when combined for hum-cancelling in the middle position.
All original manufacturing methods are the same with handwound coils, and lightly wax potted coils. The neck pickup is clean and glassy with lots of power to balance right with the overwound bridge pickup. The bridge pickup is fat and clear when clean, and creamy when distorted. Stellar example of a true Broadcaster sound!
Name: Tom Wegman Rating: 5
null These are simply gorgeous pickups. To me, this is what Tele pickups should sound like ... nice bite, a VERY special sounding neck pickup, great balance ... my new go-to for Tele builds.
Name: Christopher Evans Rating: 5
Flawless Got a set dropped in my 2018 Player Series Tele and there is absolutely no going back. The hunt for the perfect Tele pickup is over and I'm 100% satisfied. Very clear pickups that can twang while also provided a slight uptick in tonal "thickness." On the "noise" spectrum, they are not bad at all. They are true single coils, so you'll never fully eliminate the 60-cycle effect completely, but I've had pickup sets from other brands in the past that are awful. I can't even hear anything until the amp is past 5 on the master volume. I'm running these with a 4-way mod switch and while the 4th position gives you some major beef, it's positions 1&2 that really shine with this set. Customer service was great, and they actually spent time on the phone with me listening to my wants. We landed on this set and I'm so happy we did. Mojo Tone will always be my first stop for pickup sets from now on. Thank you guys.
Name: Carl Rating: 5
null The work is impeccable, ordering was easy, information on the website was helpful and accurate, the packages arrived intact.
Name: Ryan Wariner Review Date: 4/13/2016 3:32 pm Rating: 5
Broadcaster Clone Bridge pickup This pickup is really great. After trying a few different bridge pickups in a Jeff Senn T style guitar, I took a shot on the Broadcaster. I'm very glad I did. Not only was it the best that particular guitar has sounded, it's my favorite pickup for the 'early Tele/Broadcaster' sound. Sweet top end that's not too dark with a little more punch than the later 50's Tele style winds..