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Golden Age Pickups for Tele

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Golden Age Pickups for Tele Bridge pickup

Bridge pickup

Item # 5410
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Golden Age Pickups for Tele Neck pickup

Neck pickup

Item # 5411
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 Golden Age Pickup Set for Tele

Golden Age Pickup Set for Tele

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Golden Age Pickups for Tele

About This Item

Vintage vibe, great price! Our Tele models feature Alnico 5 polepieces and vintage specifications to take your Telecaster® back half a century!

Get the biting twang that helped forge rock, country and blues.
Golden Age pickups continue to amaze and impress guitarists. They're a great upgrade for guitars with weak or muddy stock pickups, at a great price. Vintage dimensions allow easy installation in standard bodies.

Golden Age Bridge Pickup for Tele
Polepieces: Alnico 5 magnets with north polarity and 2-1/8" (53.97mm) spread. Vintage-spec raised D and G polepieces.
Coil wire: AWG42, wound to 6.5K ohms. Vintage-style white string wrap. Wax-potted.
Flatwork: Bottom thickness .093" (2.38mm), top .062" (1.57mm). Copper-plated steel baseplate for authentic twang.

Golden Age Neck Pickup for Tele
Polepieces: Alnico 5 magnets with south polarity and 1-15/16" (49.21mm) spread.
Coil wire: AWG43, wound to 7.0K ohms for original beefier output. Wax-potted.
Flatwork: .062" (1.57mm) top and bottom thickness.
Cover: '50s-style flat-topped, chrome.
Screws: Vintage-style wood screws for mounting to the bottom of the pickup cavity.

Both models have vintage-style push-back cloth-insulated lead wires, and include compressible height adjustment tubing with mounting screws.


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Wiring diagrams and color codes for Golden Age Tele pickups.

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Installed a set of these (as well as the vintage Tele wiring kit with CTS pots and a brass saddled stewmac bridge) into a '94 50's MIJ Tele. What was once a guitar that I had never played and strongly considered selling is now my favorite player. The tone, twang and spank are the real deal. This guitar just sings now and is very difficult to put down.

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The real deal!

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I wanted to breathe some new life into my Japanese tele and these were the ticket! These pickups are powerful and clear and I can't thank you enough.

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I put together a Stewmac Tele body and neck. It came up great. I compared this with my son's Fender Tele and the Golden Age pickups sound authentic. I'm well pleased with my home constructed Tele. Thanks Stewmac!

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Fantastic

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These Golden Age Pick-up brings back the golden years of R&R and installation simple. Thank You and I'll be ordering more items in the near future.

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golden age pickups for tele.

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I put a set in my mexi. tele. they are great and have a better sound then the custom shop 54 pickup in my strat. If I could build a sets of pickups for the vintage sound that I want this would be them. on a scale from 1 to 10 this would be 11 thanks for a great job.

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Great Value for Traditional Tone

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Installed on a custom tele build and was impressed with clean traditional tone from this pick up. Great price too.

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Good pick up,bad wiring diagram

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Excellent sounding pickups.I used them in a Tele kit body and found the bridge pickup too big for my cavity.A quick rout out with my Dremel sorted it out.I found the wires way too long from the pickups.You can afford to bearly halve their length.



my biggest beef is with the wiring diagram in the instructions.The second diagram using the CLR switch does not show the connection from the switch to the volume pot.I wired the pickups according to the switch and had no sound.I checked the Seymour Duncan site for the correct diagram and found the pick ups worked and they kicked ass.



Stewmac needs to correct the wiring diagram urgently.Apart from that an excellent product.

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Wonderful pups!
High output, lovely sounding! I put them on a Squire Affinity and it turned into a real rocker !

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Outstanding Pickups...No Outstanding Cost....

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Unbelieveable value! I was a bit dubious; after all, $AUS90 for TWO pickups? Something fishy, surely....so when I got them, and wired them up, I was prepared for disappointment. Instead, I got a clear, powerful, twangy tone that was complemented by an EMG PS2 booster switch to give one of the best guitar sounds I have ever had.

Without the preamp switch, the pickups sound clear, sassy and very colourful. Don't waste your bucks on the bigger names, get these, you won't regret it.

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Tell it like a Telly

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Great sound at an affordable price, but thats been said before. The sound speaks for itself, these are for real!
I installed them on a Triple A grade Clear coated Swamp Ash Tele body with a Maple caped Maple neck, I could go on, but I think I'll just go and play it!

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