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#2
The obvious is that the first Tele has two humbuckers, the second has two single coils and the third has a single coil in the bridge and a humbucker in the neck position. With the humbuckers you are going to get a different, more chunky, sound than with the single coils.

A humbucker in the neck gives you the chunky rhythm (rhythm is often played in the neck position) and a cleaner lead tone when using the bridge single coil.

What type of pickup(s) you choose often depends upon your preferences.

Does this help at all?
#3
other than the obvious (1 is HH, 1 is SH, 1 is SS)?

what specifically do you need to know about them? The reality is that those 3 guitars ultimately have fairly different pickup configurations.
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#4
im gunna wanna learn a lot of jimi hendrix so i geuss i just wanna know what will be the best thing
#5
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im gunna wanna learn a lot of jimi hendrix so i geuss i just wanna know what will be the best thing

Get a strat then.
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#6
If you wanna play alot of Hendrix, then i agree with Robbgnarly and just get a strat. If you're really set on a tele though i'd get the american special. The single coils will get you close to his tone.