#1
I have a nashville mexican tele. It has 3 pickups, one single coil in the middle. I like them, they have a good bite on the sound, but I want pickups that could add a little bit more of sustain, and most importantly twang and a little bit of fatness (from the bridge). I was thinking of getting the Nocaster pickups, I've been told they can do the job.

But, what could be an appropriate single coil to add on the tele? I want a bright one, with twangyness but well responsive, too.
#2
i don't know if you can buy them individually, i'm sure you can, but the texas specials are awesome. if you wanna look into the realm of custom shops then i would suggest fralins, i haven't used a fralin loaded tele but have heard what they sound like and they sound great. i'm just guessing that your setup isnt a traditional pickup setup for a tele...what are the other two pickups? Lipstick?

i'm sure if people decide to throw in suggestions you'll get a plethra of options
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#4
How much have you got to spend?

Harmonic design make the STP which is meant to be a telecaster styled pickup in a single space.. I've never played one however.

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#5
I've heard nothing but good about the Nocaster pickups. I've got the Original Vintage pickups in my Tele, and they sound really good for the price.
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