I have always been a strat player with some love for telecaster. The the problem is I never bonded with Tele neck pickups. I even replaced my Logan tele's neck pickup for a strat Fender CS 69. That made it closer to a strat kind of tone but always kept getting back to my strat. Last week I decided to turn my Logan Tele into a Esquire with a SD broadcaster pickup in the bridge (it is the same pickup I already had in this guitar) . You know, just for fun... I didn't expect so much about it... I wired it with a Eldred mod circuit, re stringed it and plugged it into my Super Champ X2. After adjusting the treble and bass on the amp I was blown about the tone I was getting,specially on the Vox Ac preset. That thing ringed as a piano, bold and strong, just like magic. I have always played the bridge pickup on my Tele and I was never so much impressed as I am right now with this Esquire. I just don't understand what happened... Maybe I was forced to tweek the tone with just one pickup but it sounds so great now... Did anyone have this same experience after turning a Tele into a Esquire?