How To Tame A Muddy-Sounding Tele Neck Pickup

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If you’ve ever felt that your Telecaster’s neck pickup sounded too muddy, there’s a simple fix that Seymour has been doing for years. All you need to do is connect a .047 capacitor in series (directly in-line) with the hot output wire from the neck pickup. This will filter out the excess low-end and clean up the muddy tone. Here’s how to do it:

Of course, if you want a different sound altogether we’re always happy to offer advice on the perfect neck pickup for you.

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Written on October 8, 2017, by Peter

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Comments (2)

  • Peter • 1 year ago

    Is there a Better sounding amp than a 1967 Fender Pro Reverb ?

  • Peter • 1 year ago

    How do I fatten up a Seymour Duncan single neck pickup?

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