Much of the sound characteristics of the Telecaster bridge pickup come from the steel plate under the bobbin which functions as a metal reflector. To avoid feedback - that can occur when the metal plate vibrates – Lundgren waxes the pickup after the plate is mounted.
The 6.4 is a bridge pickup for every player who wants that sound with a bite.
The 7.3 model based on the Telecaster Vintage Bridge 6,4 K Ohm model (above) with more windings of copper wire. The sound characteristics are less treble with more output.
The Telecaster Vintage Neck is used by some of the greatest rock artists. This small sound scoundrel has Alnico 5 magnets, bobbins made from fiber plate and all wound with a thinner AWG 43 copper wire. The standard model comes without a chrome cover for a more open sound. The magnetic polarity is reversed for use together with bridge pickup so you don’t get any hum usually associated with single coils. The neck pickup is also available with a chrome cover.