ej, that Super '63 is a Tele pickup? Reason I mention, and to differentiate the Keystones and the L280's, is that the Keystone Tele's have a low inductance neck pickup, and the L280 Tele set has a higher more Strat like inductance and tone, if I recall correctly. The L290TL in the set is even higher inductance than the L280TL for the reduced high end that customers preferred. Another point regarding the L280's is that the design has been refined since the early models, which had a sharper bite. Not sure about the L280TL, although it may be the same pickup, but my 2006 L280SL can cover many things from a full and sparkling Roland JC sound, to a bold lap steel-like Fender Twin tone, to a screaming Hendrix, metal, or punk lead Marshal sound.
Doesn't learning to make the best of what you have require a certain understanding of how it functions?