Three years ago I started classes with a Luthier. The classes consist in make guitars. The choice was a Tele Custom 62. During the process I got a Classic Series 60s with Fralins. Great sound. I like it so much that I decided to make it my Classic Tele, so I changed the initial plan and decided to use a miniHB in the neck of the "Fedecaster". Initially I put a Fralin in the bridge, but it didn't get on well with the MiniHB. I tried the DM Chopper T, it improved the EQ but I didn't like the attack, I like the vintage attack (soft, uncompressed, open). I need a pickup with vintage output but with more modern eq (more bass and middle), the Jerry Donahue looked as the perfect choice. Specs: Scale: 25.5 Radious: 9.5 Fretboard: Indian rosewood Neck wood: Sicomoro ("European Maple") Body wood: Lenga (argentian wood, very used for Fender type guitars). Binding: Double in the Body and in fretboard. Pickups: SD Vintage Mini HB neck / SD Jerry Donahue Tele Lead The MiniHB sounds very balance, sweet and round. The Jerry is perfect to play with drive, but it has too much mids for clean. Both pickups get along well.