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Discussion in 'Just Pickups' started by fakeocaster, Jul 21, 2019.
The baseplate with the logo is a mystery, but with those 2 screws it seems to be mounted directly to flatwork or a plastic bobbin.
If the height adjustment screws thread through raised “bosses,” and the flatwork or bobbin isn’t flat, it could be a Fender Classic 50s/60s or Tex Mex pickup. If the bottom is flush, then I don’t have a clue.
Could be from a Tokai Breezysound TE-50 or TTE-50. Discussion here contains a link to a photobucket gallery for a TE-50 that has the same TEB stamp: https://www.thefretboard.co.uk/disc...-sound-telecaster-1981-price-drop-450-shipped
I have one the same. It came from a early Tokai Breezysound.
Thanks Guys. I have a Breezysound but I swapped out the pickups for the first of many times in the early 90s. I didn't realise that I had kept the original
Did you used to play by striking the strings with a hammer? I can't figure out why there are string dents in the pole pieces.
Gotoh Tele pickup...by the looks of it..