(right) lead guitar player for country recording artist Deryl Dodd (left) is playing his Tele outfitted with Amalfitano Pickups at one of their shows.
"Warm and fat sounding. The bridge pickup is not screechy
or overly bright. It displays an extended tonal frequency and greater balance compared to stock pickups. I have
found them to be very responsive to pick attack and have a less compressed, more open sound with increased fidelity, especially
in the midrange. The pickup doesn't sacrifice anything for higher output and is actually quieter than most of the the
other hotter Tele bridge pickups I've tried over the years owing to Jerry's unique wax potting method".
"The neck pickup is surprisingly high output and is a great
match with the bridge making the middle position stronger, and both middle and neck positions more useful for soloing and
comping. I've had great results with this set, and even find that it can approach a nice jazzy tone at low volume using
the neck pickup with the amp set clean. This is a teriffic set that is sure to catch fire with the Telecaster crowd".