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Tele J-Street Telecaster Bridge Pickup

kr1,342.35
SKU:
LTC-J-01
kr1,342.35
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This hotter version of Lollar's Special T series gives you a fat low end, more upper midrange, and a top end closer to P-90s and humbuckers.

The J-Street pairs especially well with thier Regal humbucker pickup or other hotter neck pickups.

Features a flat-pole design with graded Alnico 5 magnets, wax potted coils, and vintage style cloth covered lead wire.

DC: Bridge 8.7K

Lollar's philosophy on Telecaster pickups is to open up their potential. Jason Lollar often heard from customers that their vintage Telecaster neck pickup was closed-in sounding, compressed and uninspiring. It's a given that the bridge will be the heart of the sound, but thier Telecaster pickup sets are designed to give you an additional tonal counterpoint in the neck pickup.

Lollar's entire Telecaster line is vintage inspired. These pickups are built based on theri experience using, repairing, and rewinding old Telecaster pickups. We love the vintage sound and have worked hard to perfect the construction for better reliability. They don't use any off the shelf parts. Instead, every part in their Telecaster pickups — including flatwork and coil wire — is either made in their shop or made to their custom specification. As with all Lollar pickups, they pay attention to every detail and are uncompromising when it comes to materials and construction. For example, all of their Tele neck pickups have threaded baseplate holes for 6/32" mounting screws so you have the option of pickguard mount or body mount. 

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UPC:
5060721225736
Sub Category:
Telecaster Pickups
Position:
Bridge
Pickup Type:
Telecaster

Product Reviews

  • 4
    J Street

    Posted by Andrew Wiggall on 1st Sep 2020

    This is a very powerful Tele pickup .
    Once set to the appropriate height I really liked it.
    Played clean it sounds really nice.
    Only down side screws are really lose in the pickup threads in fact the pickup rocks in the bridge did not do this before.
    Oh and who uses springs instead of rubber tubes.
    This should not come with springs.