There's really nothing quite like the unmistakable high-end twang of a genuine Telecaster, especially when it's armed with single coil pickups from DiMarzio. Since 1972, DiMarzio has remained a go-to choice in the manufacture of guitar pickups, and their Telecaster single-coil pickups deliver a one-of-a-kind tone that puts them in a league of their own. Make no mistake, if you're strongly considering upgrading your current Telecaster single coil pickups, then DiMarzio is sure to have something to your liking in this section.
Before choosing a DiMarzio Telecaster single-coil pickup, it definitely helps to ask yourself a few questions. For example, are you looking for a neck-position or bridge-position pickup? Do you want to fatten up your bottom end or boost your high end? There are more than enough top sellers here to give you the sound you're searching for. One of DiMarzio's most popular pickups is the DP172 Twang King Tele Neck Pickup. Available in gold and chrome styles, this pickup combines the best aspects of the Telecaster and Broadcaster sounds. For lighter picking styles, the Twang King delivers a soft, quiet tone to make even the most subtle nuances of technique stand out. Or, if you play hard and loud, this stunning pickup produces more dynamic sound than any other single-coil on the market.
Now if it's an upgrade to your bridge pickup that you plan to make, there are plenty of choices here as well. Want to add more beef to your middle and low-end? The DP112 Pre B1 Tele Bridge Pickup is the perfect answer. Packing a classic Alnico V magnet along with 170mv of power, this 2-conduct pickup boasts fundamentals akin to a steel guitar along with an added depth and punch that will make you cut through the rest of your band's instruments.
And there are many other DiMarzio Telecaster single-coil pickups here that are ideal for blues, metal, country, rock and jazz. If you're going to customize your Telecaster's pickups, it only makes sense to go with a brand that guarantees you'll be making a definite upgrade in tone. In other words, it only makes sense to stick with DiMarzio Telecaster single-coil pickups.