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Lars

PostPosted: 04/27/2005 at 4:02 AM    Post subject: Pickup replacement link

I need a replacement bridge pickup for my TB 1000 S. Any suggestions?
Lars

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sick

PostPosted: 05/02/2005 at 12:08 PM    Post subject: RE:Pickup replacement link

Acoording to Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth the Fender Telecaster Deluxe humbuckers sound very similar to the TB humbuckers (and they look similar, too). They use them in their Jazzblasters. You can get them at guitarpartsresource.com or angela.com . I just can say that they sound very good.

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Lars

PostPosted: 05/06/2005 at 12:32 AM    Post subject: RE:Pickup replacement link

Thank you, sick. At the moment I use a Fender Lead humbucker that sounds OK, but not nearly as powerful as the original TB. The Fender Lead pu is also out of phase with the TB pu. Will the Fender Deluxe pu be in phase with the TB?
Lars

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sick

PostPosted: 05/07/2005 at 1:19 AM    Post subject: RE:Pickup replacement link

that's a question for the technical experts in this forum...

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Alex Maiolo

PostPosted: 05/28/2005 at 8:46 AM    Post subject: RE:Pickup replacement link

My suggestion is that you get them rewound. I had Lindy Fralin, of Richmond VA, do a pair of TB Bass pickups for me and they sound fantastic. It cost a little over $100 for the pair, and the bass is still basically original.

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