Guerrilla Warfare Pickups Introduces the Tactical Tele Pickup

A blend of PAF-style warmth and vintage Telecaster tones.

Akron, OH (October 5, 2015) -- Built for attitude and definition; these pickups offer a great blend of PAF Humbucker warmth and vintage Telecaster tones. Designed to maintain that traditional Tele tone, while providing a bigger sound with more volume, and of course, no 60-cycle hum or buzz. Tactical Tele Pickups have a raw, aggressive midrange, clear creamy treble and a fat bottom end to provide plenty of punch and attack. Pickups include nickel silver covers, mounting rings, and are wax potted with either single or 4 conductor shielded pickup leads. The Tactical Tele Humbucker Pickups come with Guerrilla Warfare Pickups “NO QUESTIONS ASKED LIFETIME WARRANTY ON ALL PICKUPS!” If you break it, send it back and we'll repair or replace it!

Features:

  • Alnico V magnets
  • Moderate/High Output
  • Neck Pickup 11.75K
  • Bridge Pickup 12.50

Guerrilla Warfare Pickups Tactical Tele Humbucker Pickups cost $135.00 each or can be purchased as a calibrated set for $235.00.

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