"marc silva" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<aN0Xa.firstname.lastname@example.org>... > Hello, > I have a Mexican Tele and I want to change the pickups. I'm looking for a > fuller sound but I still want to keep the clairity. Can anyone make any > recommendations. I would encourage you to realize that despite a lot of popularity and marketing, pickups are the least important thing in terms of affecting one's sound, as long as they are adequate for the design. Technique, string guage, guitar design, speaker, and amp are all far more important, and in that order. A Tele is not supposed to be a fuller-sounding guitar. Anything you do to it to make it moreso, will make it less Tele-like, and is working against its basic design. I suggest you simply get rid of the Tele and buy a guitar that you like the sound from - such as something with 'buckers. You can spend a lot of money & time fooling around trying to make a compromise instrument instead, as many now do, and end up with less performance and resale value to show for it. I have heard Mex Tele's that sound every bit as good as my orig '52 did, and are much better guitars overall. It sounds like you might be an SG man instead, try a good clone & see.