Put a little tradition and a lot of twang in your country, blues, surf, pop, or rockabilly with these vintage-correct reproductions of Fender Broadcaster® pickups, designed to directly replace Telecaster pickups.
Introduced by Leo Fender at the tail end of the 1940s, the two-pickup Broadcaster was eventually renamed the Telecaster. However, compared to mid '50s Telecasters, the original Broadcaster lead pickup had larger .197" pieces in a flat orientation for a nicely nasal twang, a bit of midrange snarl, ample sustain, and a bit more output.
The Seymour Duncan STL-1b bridge pickup perfectly duplicates the Broadcaster lead pickup, from materials to production technique, producing that sought-after vintage twang ideal for traditional country and chicken-pickin' styles. The STR-1 rhythm pickup complements the twang with a smooth and open tone, warm lower-mids, and airy highs.
The rhythm pickup comes with a chrome-plated brass cover. Both pickups are equipped with vintage-correct, waxed cloth hookup cables.