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Seymour Duncan Antiquity Neck Guitar Pickup for Telecaster 11024-21

This Seymour Duncan Antiquity Neck Guitar Pickup for Telecaster guitars is wound as a full-sounding rhythm pickup. It comes with an aged, deep drawn cover for vintage looks and added coil protection. The neck pickup comes with schematic and mounting screws. Each pickup re-creates the look and sound of an aged early ’50s pickup. The pickup comes complete with screws, schematics and vintage “push back” cloth braid hookup wire. 

The Seymour Duncan Antiquity Neck Guitar Pickup for Telecaster 11024-21 bass response is full and round, and will add richness to your chords, while the specially calibrated hand ground Alnico 5 rod magnets, and custom coil winding give the treble a smoother, more musical attack. It’s great for big, bold rhythm playing, and percussive enough for classic country-style chicken pickin. It is built reverse wound reverse polarity for hum-canceling when used in combination with the Antiquity Tele Lead pickup.


About Seymour Duncan 

Seymour Duncan is an American company best known for manufacturing guitar and bass pickups. They also manufacture effects pedals which are designed and assembled in America. Guitarist and luthier Seymour W. Duncan and Cathy Carter Duncan founded the company in 1976, in Santa Barbara, California.

Seymour was then inspired by how the guitar’s tone improved, inspiring him to learn more about pickups from Les Paul – guitarist/inventor – and later mentor, Seth Lover: inventor of the humbucker. After developing considerable skill working on guitars, Duncan gained employment at London’s Fender Soundhouse.

After moving to California he met and married Cathy Carter and decided to start a pickup rewinding service. With demand for his services growing, Duncan and Carter started offering custom StratocasterTelecaster, and humbucking pickups. Within two decades they were manufacturing an assortment of electric, bass, and acoustic guitar pickups; as well as electric guitar accessories. In 2012, Seymour Duncan was inducted into the Vintage Guitar Hall of Fame for contributions to the music industry.

From the 1980’s until 2013, Seymour Duncan’s made bass pickups under the Basslines brand name, before rebranding them under Seymour Duncan; without redesigning the pickups.

Seymour continues to create pickups in the Seymour Duncan’s Santa Barbara factory; California.

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