Can anybody ID this?
some fat 50's has a subtle beveled poles, where if you looks at it sparingly, you will think that its a straight cut pole, some has a massive beveled. from your picture, it looks like there is slight bevel.Thanks y'all. Staggered yes, beveled no.
This is what I thought when I saw the red blob on the underside of the B pole-piece. When you said it sounds great that just confirmed it.sorry, just saw the rest of the pics;
that actually does look like a texas special bridge pickup with the custom shop sticker, the red dot and vintage staggered poles that are basically sharp-edged.
i think the fat '50s have a bit more bevel.
is this one of a complete set? if so does the middle pickup hum-cancel with the neck and the bridge? that'll also help narrow it down.
the middle is either Reverse wound or not, if it is RWRP, the in between sound will be hum canceling.How do I tell if it's middle is hum cancelled? The resistance I measured in bridge was 6.3k. There is a very slight bevel. The guitar has the CS bridge and middle with a vintage rail neck.
the TSs have the darker insulation? i don't remember.Wrong color magnet wire for a Texas Special.
that seems low for a texas special bridge, they spec it at 6.7k.How do I tell if it's middle is hum cancelled? The resistance I measured in bridge was 6.3k.