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Tex Mex PUP in Squier Standard Strat

BPF55555

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I know, the Sqier sucks, but I'm trying to make do with what I got in spare parts and refinish the body and put new PUPS in it. I got some Fender Tex Mex PUPs floating around, and I was going to put the Bridge one in the Bridge position of Squier (I have an Arctec for the Neck PUP)......is this a good idea? Thank you, Brian
 

cratz2

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The Tex Mex bridge is pretty thin sounding.

I think overall it should sound 'better' than most stock Squier pickups but likely he stock bridge will be hotter and a little fuller, but in a more generic way.

While you're in there, definitely do the mode so the second tone control works on the bridge and middle pickups.
 

HayekFan

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The Tex Mex bridge is overwound and distinctly fatter than a stock strat's. I actually found it too fat/loud and ended up replacing it with a Tex Mex neck in my guitar to make it more authentically stratty. Unless you're after a bridge pickup that's so overwound it no longer sounds like a strat, I doubt you'd find the Tex Mex bridge too thin.
 






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