#1
ok so i bought this American Fender Telecaster about 3 days ago...

i had a bargain on it, but the bridge pickup is a bit rusty and while it still work perfectly fine and shine like a million suns on clean channel. id like a better distorted sound, something with a bit more punch while keeping the original twang of the guitar and awesome clean...

Anyone has an idea on where i should look... Fender pups, duncan or something else?
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you like bass sound. wanna go crazy on stage. and want a "place for a whammy bar"

have you been playing for two weeks?

go get a squier....


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I've heard of a guitar with five colored frets, but they don't play well.
#2
The tele bridge should have PLENTY of punch. Just re-tool your amp's gain settings to work with your tele. However it was set for you other guitar is not going to work quite the same. My tele's bridge pickup (vintage spec nonetheless) handles high gain just fine and punches like no other.
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#3
ill try messing with my pedal and amp distortion a bit more then
Quote by BelowZero
you like bass sound. wanna go crazy on stage. and want a "place for a whammy bar"

have you been playing for two weeks?

go get a squier....


Quote by jess2112
I've heard of a guitar with five colored frets, but they don't play well.
#4
teles are really crunchy so its probably ur amp or whatever u have on your pedalboard
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#5
yeah havent had the time to mess alot on the distortion...

do you think the rust on the pickup can **** with my tone?
Quote by BelowZero
you like bass sound. wanna go crazy on stage. and want a "place for a whammy bar"

have you been playing for two weeks?

go get a squier....


Quote by jess2112
I've heard of a guitar with five colored frets, but they don't play well.
#6
Quote by ModestAxis
yeah havent had the time to mess alot on the distortion...

do you think the rust on the pickup can **** with my tone?


Not really.
#7
cool! cuz i tough it was a shame cuz it look awesome with it haha :p
Quote by BelowZero
you like bass sound. wanna go crazy on stage. and want a "place for a whammy bar"

have you been playing for two weeks?

go get a squier....


Quote by jess2112
I've heard of a guitar with five colored frets, but they don't play well.