#1
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I have ordered body and neck from Warmout USA , to build my own costum Telecaster .
the plan is that the guitar must be fitted with a Gibson classic 57 pick up in the neck position, and a Fender telecaster Texas special singlecoin in bridges.

The question is will the two pickups " blend " well , means that I can switch between pick ups without that there is a level difference in the sound. (typically HB has a high output)
is there anyone here who has experience with this pick up combination gibson classic 57 and fender texas special telecaster singlecoin . ??

Other advice is welcome

excuse my spelling I am from Denmark EU
#2
Haven't played those two in the same guitar but they should be fine with a bit of height adjustment.
#3
You can do it with the height adjustments, but that will basically mean the 57 will end up with a low output compared to "normal" humbucker setups. Might make a difference in it's sound through the amp since it won't have the same gain.
#4
Look at Seymour Duncan and Dimarzio, better pickups and they are cheaper. You can email them and ask what they suggest

Since it is a semicustom for you, Bare Knuckle Pickups or The Creamery might be worth a look. They will even make you a custom set of pickups.
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#5
I personally wouldn't go SC bridge and humbucker neck because of output issues, and also the big difference in tonal quality. SC-neck and hum-bridge IMO works better because it evens out the tonal differences due to pickup position - as in HSS strats. However, if I was limited to your configuration, I would includ a series/single and/or series/parallel switch on the humbucker to get more SC-like tones. I would also be thinking about a brighter, lower-output humbucker like the GFS Retrotron Memphis, or a TV Jones Gretsch-type pickup, or even a hum-sized P90.