Riding on my appreciation of the tones from a set of T-Armonds that I installed in this D'Angelico EX-SS I decided to purchase a set of lightly-used T-Armonds, from a fellow Gretsch-talk member. They arrived today and I had a Tele (all prepped with a 1M Volume pot and a 1M No-Load tone pot) standing by. The pickups were installed quickly and easily.. and the tones - GLORIOUS! Very much like the tones I'm getting from the D'Angelico, minus the "air" contributed by the hollow-body D'Angelico. With the solid-body Tele, the tones are slightly brighter, and a little "tighter", somewhat less "airy" than with the D'Angelico. Very nice Gretsch tones, as expected with solid-body character. These are moderately high-resistance single-coil pickups! Clean, clear, bright, articulate, detailed, with perhaps a tiny bit of "edge", as the pickups are of higher resistance than most Gretsch pickups. Some have characterized these as sounding somewhat like a blend between a single-coil P-90 and a Gretsch FIlter'tron. Anyway... I'm just preaching to the choir, those of you with T-Armonds know all about this, so let's get on with the pics: The body is a 2018 Fender FSR Tele in Sea Foam Pearl finish. The neck is a 2013 Fender Blacktop Tele neck with a rosewood board. I still, of course, very much appreciate my other Teles, which collectively have quite a wide variety of different pickups in them, but this "Gretsch-i-fied" Tele has its own tone and it's wonderful! Thank you, TV Jones! By the way, this is my second "Gretsch-i-fied" Tele... my first is this Fender American Standard Tele which has a Gretsch Hilo'tron in the neck position: I am riding a high, appreciating running Gretsch-style pickups in several of my non-Gretsch guitars. I'm so thankful for having discovered the wonders of Gretsch-style pickups.