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Fretted Instrument Accessories & Parts
Fretted Instrument Pickups
Electric Guitar Pickups
Telecaster Pickups (Humbucker)
Seymour Duncan Telecaster Pickups (Humbucker)
One of Seymour Duncan's first guitars was a Telecaster, so it wouldn't be a stretch to say that it's the instrument that led to the range of Seymour Duncan pickups we know today. Knowing that, there are probably lots of guitarists out there who would love to send the Tele a thank-you! By finding its way into Duncan's hands, it paved the way for some of the greatest guitar pickups of all time. And if a Tele has found its way into your own hands now, maybe the best way you could give it that thank-you is to return the favor by outfitting it with some of these Seymour Duncan humbucker Telecaster pickups. There's no denying that they have the potential to transform your sound for the better.
This isn't to say that your signature tone isn't already great, of course, but you wouldn't be the first guitarist to discover that Seymour Duncan pickups can take an excellent instrument to an entirely new level. Plus, with this section's focus on humbuckers, you'll find everything you need to reduce noise so your performances and recordings will sound clearer and bolder than before, without sacrificing the Tele's classic voice. Pickups like the Seymour Duncan STK-T3 Vintage Lead Stack Pickup make it possible while preserving the Telecaster's traditional look. Or, if you'd prefer to pack a pickup that's more distinctly humbucker in appearance, check out options like the Seymour Duncan ST59-1 Little 59 Telecaster Pickup or the Seymour Duncan STHR-1 Tele Hot Rails Pickup instead.
No matter which of these humbucking Seymour Duncan Telecaster pickups speaks to you, the bottom line is that it's your choice to make. Since guitar pickups are matters of personal taste, nobody can tell you which specific set belongs on your Tele. But one thing is safe to say: however you like to play, there's probably a humbucker here that's able to support your style in the way that only pickups on Seymour Duncan's level can do.