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Bridge Pickup Identification Help?

Discussion in 'Vintage Tele Discussion Forum (pre-1974)' started by Kinamrok, Nov 11, 2018.

  1. Kinamrok

    Kinamrok TDPRI Member

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    I recently acquired this pickup but the previous owner could not identify it nor it’s specific age — can anyone help confirm the maker, age, and any other relevant background or info? Also, is that is a serial number and, if so, any reference source to track down its specifics? I’m also wondering about that “signature”, or maybe it’s a logo? How will it likely sound? And any installation advice? Thanks a ton for any help you can offer. BE47BAF7-29CB-4B3F-9F7E-2FC26235EE91.jpeg 4A6F00BF-6D68-4FEB-8FE1-07EE7D55B497.jpeg 7E499A97-5069-48BA-B859-5DA8E6CC351E.jpeg BBA0D9CC-032F-4AC3-84AD-8B4704DCF4AE.jpeg 06C33B88-4A40-4E71-829C-50C9E5FC4B1C.jpeg
     
  2. Antoon

    Antoon Tele-Afflicted

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    It is a SD pickup. Antiquity II?

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  3. Kinamrok

    Kinamrok TDPRI Member

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    Seymour Duncan customer service confirmed its an Antiquity Tele 55. According to the sticker, it was made in November of 2010. Thanks a ton to Dennis at SD!
     
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